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SAN FRANCISCO (UPI> - Mayor 
George Mo scorw nnH a tr^ -fty fffOpfpt-' 
were shot to death at City Hall 
Monday. 

A cl^ legislator who had quit bat 
wanted his Job back was charged in 
the assassinations, 

Moscone, 49, and Supervisor 
Harvey Milk, 48, were kUted In 
separate shootings shortly before 
Moscone was to announce (hat he had 
decided not to reappoint the^uspect.^. 
Dan White, to the Board of Supervi- 
sors, San FVanclsco's equivalent of a 
citycouncU. 

"He was a wild man, Just a wild 
man," sobbed Terry Wallen, a city 
employee who saw White nmnlng 
throu^ City Hall buildings between 
shootings. 

Police said White, 32, a former city 
policeman and fireman, confronted 
Moscone In the mayor's office. Thoy . 
had gone alone into Moscone's private 



office, where WMto allegedly ininecl a 
-^ao^allbw revolver "and" shot "the 
mayor three times. 

Then, police said, White crossed 
City Hall to the Board of Supervisors 
offices, asked to talk to Milk, who 
opposed his reappointment, and shot 
hfm. three- times. Both victims 
apparently died Instantly. . 

After calling his wife at the small 
restaurant they own. White surren- 
.dcred-a-half.hour later at a nearby 
police station to an ollicer who bad 
been a friend when White served on 
the police force. He was booked on two 
counts of investigation for murder. 

Mtscone had been mayor of San 
FVancisco since 1975. Milk was 
elected to the board last year and 
gained national attention because he 
ran as an avowed homosexual. White 
also was elected last year. In his first 
try for political office. 

White was held at San Francisco's 



mayor 




Han of Justic 

prl^nieis. A^cd If lie had anything to 
say as he was escorted into the 
building. White shook his head no and 
said, ''I've got no comment." 

For hoiirs after the shootings, 
stunned city employees gathered In 
groups lo the cbttldors of City HoJl, 
wGc^g and holding oneanolher. 

Moscone's wife, Glna, and his 
mother were at a funeral when the 
shootings took place and did not know 
about them Immediately. But they 
were Informed before they returned 
home and went quickly inside. Police 
were stationed outside. 

Police Chief Charles Gain damped 
a gag order on his dqiytment 

"There's going lo be'a'prosecutlon 
to.follow, and In order to meet all the 
requirements of a fair trial, we are 
not going to Issue any other details or 
statements or any evidence or any 
other thing that we have on this case 



lan-you-ftlreadrh avc," t m Ii 
Police Chief aem DeAmlds. 

Dlanne Feinsteln, pre^nt 9U 
Board of Siqiervlsors — the cqidvol- 
ent of a city council ~ Became acting 
mayor until 0 new mayor is elected by 
the supervisors. 

The assassinations stunned San 
Francisco, sUU recovering from the 
horror of the mass suicides bi 
Jonestown, Guyana, of Peoples Tem- 
ple members, most of them San 
Francisco area residents. 

There apparently was no connection 
between the casos, although Moscone 
had anMlnted Peoples Temple leader 
Rev. Jim Jmies as head of the San 
FYandseo Housing Authority In 1976: 

White, a dty fireman until his 
successful election in his. first try at 
political office, had no known connec- 
tion with the Peoples Temple. 

Rudy Rolhenberg, executive deputy 
mayor for fiscal administration, said 




GEORGE MOSCONE 
• fatal Inteivlew 



life mayor. He said Moscone came out 
and escorted him into a private sitting 

room adjotnlnghlsmain officer 

Mel Wax, Moscono's press 
secretaiy, said vme the two talked in 
private be and other, aktes heaird 
noises but did not recogntzo them as 
thoU. Kb said White left by a side iodt 

aftarthe meeting, 

When Rolhenberg and Wax went 
into Moscone's office for an H a.m. 
appointment, he found the mayor 
dead of three gunshot wounds. 

"When I went into the back office, I 
saw the mayor dead," Wax said. 

After leaving Moscone's office, 
White crossed the building past tbe 
central rotunda^andlnto the outtf 
office of the supervisors. 
Ms. Feinsteln told a shortened 




By DOUGTUUiS 
Tlmo-Newi writer 
KUI'EKT - Seven people have 
tx<cn iillled in automobllc-train 
acckknli In four Magic Valley 
counties ilnce 1774 — all in 
Mtnldoka County 

According lo the Stair ot Idaho 
Tr*niporHllon Dfparlmpni. 
Divuwo of llighwiji rrporti for 
i?74 through 1V77,- Minidoka 
. County hAd 23 lulomobUdraln 
J^i^klmU uhlch resulted tn four 

1 .Three dejUu l*»t montA railed 
I the loll lo tiUled at rallnud 

I CTQUinp ui Mmidoka County i:ncr 

I iv:4 

' Twin PaIU. Jmme and Cauia 
countln had 77 car-train acridmti 
In the ume prnod but Ihrre wrrr 
no drjtht. ftccordlns to the rr 
porU 

Part of the nam for the hiff^ 
nunJwr oi arrtdenU tn Mtr.hMs 
Canity u the ereiier mileafif r.f 
tract oompuiKl 10 ihp <xtMT L^'vr 
couiuta 



Union Pacific freight thunders pait a main line croiilng near Shoshone as a car waits for It to pass 

To stop or not to stop at tracks? 



. One (actor lhal could have 
Nwitrlbuted to the accltknla ti the 
lack of stop tinns at raltn»d 
crosilngs In Minidoka County. 

Highway dutrlcU In Twin Falls 
and Jerome countln have In- 
stalled stop Bifcns at ill ratlrrud 
croulngs but Mmidotu and Cauij 
count 1« hi vrnot 

Tula KaU* Hljffmaj Dlilrlct 
CommUaionrr Hc^ Dayley uld 
he thought Hop Hf{n> "defmilcli" 
vkere a factor in reducini; 
auUuiiut>U»4ramaccidenta. 

Minidoka Cuinty H)):h«a> l>i 
unci Man^i^ llubin Kraui uid 
Uop iJpu may help tul they teikl 
lit create ptxjLirmk 

"Thrj makr la»;irril,(Ti i>-j', c! 
orr^-tiodv," hrvaij 

Oflen. Kravu uisl. pe«(>ir {(jk rr 
■ atop a:cn at 1 raUrwl m>u:r.j[ 
If they i;^rwt: a rrTiu:r.|; anS 
repralrdiv nnrf »*r a !ra..-. 



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atop ilfpu may or may not be a 
factor In the accidents tn Mtnldoka 
County but the dUlermce In the 
number of eronlnp and the 
number of miles ot mainline intl 
spur tracks U a factor 

The deaths of the three yvuhg 
people nev Paul last mon:^. 
tKnwTr, have prompted public 
and railroad officlali to mSk a 
Eolutton lo prevent automotrile- 
(ralnacchVnldMtha-V 

ItockwirU laid the moat rttectltr 
aolulkio Muld ba to build an 
iijirrpau at each railmMl cmAing 

Is rrallty. that u out of the 
tpnlKxi brcauw Ute riprrar i% far 
loohlfih. flock>t«Uukl 

Other altcmatlt rt include 
cruu-tuck ugr^. uop ugru. Uir.k- 
utg light Ufuli and gates thai lUip 
traffic from enlcTUic itte railroad 
cruu^ng 

Tiie tnssm laclar :» t,V a>r: 

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ShertinUyJanliMld 

■V'ou lr!l them onpt and u\rr 
and It liorsn'l do any (lood, " br 
added 

HockuTll tucked him up 

"FYesching railroad cnmmi; 
safety la a Id like preachtni; 
hlgh«-ay ulety — after a Mhile 
people become ln»rniltlvr." 
Jl£>ck»cUaald. . 

Other than tryir.j[ Iw prt dnvm 
to mpetl the OKJuir.i^ Kurkwrll 
aalf his company 1% dwRit all that 
ts possible lo place a wamr.^ un 
each public cruuir.|[ 

That cwts mpney. ?>.'*e^rr. 
tiecauK there arr i'":: : txi 
publK-rrma:n0 in IdiVj aryl a*",- 
the aaiTtr nt;.T,t>rr o,' 
croii:r.^) 'J-^: ffj It' t>.r..f\ rr 
fanr.t 

Aflr; i.'. r-rj.iij<-» w- tl 

jta'.M H5ick»*-,iM!; 

"Ae %*iijr: hate *r . j; 

rj»e tfn^ ar>jri; LVf- j-it ' .-ir 



While came 10 Moscone's olflce E!Si".,™'^I^" 
wlUloul an . appointment shorUy ^l^A^'^'""'^'"- 
before 11 a.m. ^ and asked u> see ■*■"»"• ""^ "1 »»8«'- ' 

Abuses 
cheat 
elders 

ONewYorkTlneiServloe 
WASHINGTON - A congras8k»al 
InvestlgithMi of Insurance fraud has 
concluded that the natkm's sedor 
citizens are paying f I billion a year In 
premiums for health Insurance 
policiei they do not need. 

In many cases, according to the 
House Select Committee oo Aging, 
many ot the 15 million people ellglble 
for Medicare who have been aold 
supplementary Insurance have 
policies with fine print denying pay- 
ntent from more than one policy. 

Rep. CUude Pepper, D-FU .73. who 
heads the commlttw. chorgpd that 
abuMs In Itaa aale el ttMlih limiranaa 
lo the otderty had bccoBw a "toD- 
•cale national acandal." 

Peppar'a connpJttae wUI gp« 
heartngi huo Inwraof abuiei TtMS- 
day that vUl mate public Ito rMOHa 
of a lb month bnwtlgatlaa lU staff 
conducted bsio lalee practices la nint 
atatn and the Dtatrkt of CohmUa 
«twre half of .the nation's ddwiy 
retlde 

"We have found that many ud- 
•cnjputoia Inatrancc aamta hav* 
be«n preyiflf on the feart ot ttm 
elderly and aetllng them thrwr. lour, 
riv-c and aorDc<lmc« aa many 3D 
dincnm hf«*Jlh Inwrance potldac. 
although thry gmenlly cantata) a 
dauw aaytng thai only one policy wffl 
pay.'pqvcraakl 

AS health care coau haw t^m 
dramatically, the share of tha 
eMrriy't health expna t a paid by 
UedH-arr has faUra from a pcroant 
la im Ig atJOU J7 pcmnt today Tim 
Hrdicarr prDfrvD cxtmfti to pMvte 
«S and oMcr pamal ODvtn^ fa- be(b 
dorton' f(*s and bomttal ihai ja 

Viewed anoibrr «ay. during 
U««cam fim yw la ISH, lte 
a^TTOfe «j(-«4pectc< eoiti tt tmlKb 
c*n (or rarti beoeflciary »ia Oil a 
ye>ar Tcday . tt la more lhaa Il.tM 

TT.^ la/pr uxreaae has M la thi 
IKV^trt'.} iMppimrrta/7 maAcaJ 
Liit^'a.-KT t*c*rj»e laajri rKJri4 
peiapi* a.T a/raJd that wtJkm miA- 
iMn^ mmgr a tax ti ill'ma hmifl 

»ilh Mf^Kare mvu-^c i^". tj the Ulla 



addnd 

Cniulnjt ijel'^ »1th Ufihl* and 
tuirtrn ro»l atwut llDo.ooo Ut 
liuLall 

Thr »mtv3 laint lype of warn 
Injt dr^ Kt la a irt of flaihlng U^ta 
but thoK are expntalvr tor lo 
IniJall alncrycrDutng 

"Offhand. ]uat i flaihlng light 
w-iu run around 130.000 becauK 
thrre haa lo tc a t>ackup ly-alrm 
_ They re battery powerrd lo 
" thry 'rr falliafe. ' Ilockwrll ulO 

Ttte hiKh coat romn from Ihr 
circuitry vhtch actitatn the Ilj^'.u 
wtMi a tram u opprwchmx 

(>n« mea.*tt Ihr raCruad mm lo 
rhminatr irrioul accident! 
t^»Ty-n ira;m a.**! tajui tni 
truckj i» a nrar fr.LU (.r^ipa/r. 

I'uiall*, »,n rr^r^r CA.^ uer 
»^.aI coci^r) a '.rj<i. ;i i:rjrr. or 

frvfr. 



Carter brings pledge, plea to Utah audience 



SALT LAKE Cm (L PD - J^n. 
dent Carter cam* to L'uh « 
pMfe to Urwiucal* the effrrli 
rzxk«r falkul on the uaie'i pc^Ja 
Uoo aad i plea tor the m: c.' 
r.atJoc to copy the Uormon CtKJtit t 
belief tn a Urcc^ (as-^y 

Caner Morxlay anvptoj a i^wv:*: 
family iryty a«afd from (.'jjit?, 
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WASHINGTON (UP!) - Tb 
staff of UM^HHtsft j^ssAsslnatton 
Committee accused the FBI Hor 
(Uy of falling short In Invettlgatiiu 
the miirdar of Martin Luther Kln^ 
Jr. by failing to ctieck out < 
tc opgiBraCT by James Eai 



'afaauiyr 
Cailef Counsel 0. Rebof Blakey 
said the agency biusbed oft lodlca- ^ 
tlons -daB of tbe convicted ' 
assassin's brotbcis might, have 
been tbe mysterious "Raoul" 
blamed bylUyitectbeaime: 



Ue sal(f a Uner leud between the 

men who headed the FBI and . 
Justic e Department at the time — 
■J. EdgaV'Tlbover-and'-BamBer^ 
Qarfc — mqy have been reqxntsl- ■', 
ble for the Inadequate Investlga- 
tloD. ■■ ■ ^ 

But a Wptgs study by (be ^ 
committee staff repeated "no 
evWenee— thai— theae—specWle-^ 
.deflctendes" "were- caused— by --T 
Hoovo's "well-documented , 
hatred" for the slain dvll rights 



The committee chairman. Rep. 
Louis Stokes. IM)hlo, said, 
bowevd-, the panel must decide 
whetho- tbe FBI's campaign to 
disdedlt King coofrlbuted to his 
death by creating a. climate that^ 
made mtrnte- pomlble. , 

Tbe commlttet} appeared to be 
convinced mat Ray pulled tbe 
trigger of ^ Blle that tired tbe 
fatal tMiUet hito King ia Hemidila 
onAi^4,U6S. 

Ray la serving a 9»-year sen- 
tece in Brushy Mountain State 
Rlaon in Tennessee ior tbe 





into Jonestown deaths 

GEORGErrOWN, Guyana (UPl) — Jones* last tioiirs of decision were ment Monday declined to comment on 
The govermneot of Guyana tNjgan Its pieced together from statements from any-aspectS'-of-UieTlnvestlgatlons' 
' • „— . — Tim miriviinHlngllw.TiwiiHrtftwniYiaMii/-ri*, 



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Strong arm of the law 



An Iranian student demonstrator Is restrained liy a Salt 
LaM City policeman outside (lie Mormon Tabenutde 
Mooday duing President Carter's speech. About 30O 
Znmlan atudents protested American support (or the ahah.'^ 
Five peraois were amsted atlv a scuttle broke out 
betwaea foUn an) the denmUnliin. Carter dU bH see 
dwdemoaatnUoo. 



Carter agrees to meet Egypttan prime mltOster 



It} ltiilliMini«li<tiiiiilhwial 
Fniidtot Caitar has ifrted to meet Egyptian 
FHae MInistar MiBtaia XhalU later this week, 
dpiallilil • naumplloa ol the stslled Middle East 
I mfoUatloiia, U.S. offldals said In WaahlncUo 



Hay tald KhalU would bring the lonnal ElypUan 
raply to an American compromise propoial that 
wmtid set 19 local govenunent councils In the West 
Bank and Oau by tlie end of 197V. 

Eiypl had prapoaad a deadline of mld-in*. Israel 
has rehaed la accept any Brm timetable. The 
Bgyptlan-Ianell talka have been stalled on the Issue 
lor nearly Una weeka. 

The Xhaiacartarneellnf Is expected mnday or 
nday. 



More refugees aahore 

BUAU TMNOOANU. Ualaysla (UPlI - Man 
"Muiaa boala inm VMnam landed alcsx the 
MaltjrttaB aaal enat Monday dei|Ae aleppadui 
narias pallea aod Hv> patnia, authorities repoftid. 

Aaottar M am n^ertsd ea naac bi tha ever 
pawtafOoUla. 

Ttm asYy isM dHarttnn baa been duncut beeaiae 
ei Iba un aba 0( lbs Vittnani«e boats and the 

im^ seat aleai tta Tlb^iik coasuine 

n i l l ll l ll l l l aald Has fate <i< mon Ikan ion 

VWaaaaa rafagna sia aboaid the liai iiov 
freVaar oa Ihia Malaysian pen nala with the I'niied 
SUIaa altar elker Wealtsa cssHjtes have mdikd 
IJQOedhaD. 

Lowering clouds expected over Magic Valley today 



Meaowhlle, a talgh-levd Cairo committee Mooday 
completed the report on Egypt's position and an 
Isradl report from Cabv said President Anwar Sadat 
may be suggestbig a compromise. 

Sadat win meet with tbe committee, headed by Vice 
President Kosnl Mobsrak, Tuesday for a final rtvkrw 
or the Egyptian reply txfore dispatching It to Carter 
wlthKhBlU. 

Truck driver ambushed 

By United Ptms International 
A truck driver wu shot from amtMish Monday on 
the Pennsylvania T^nplfe \a tbe latest Incident of 
vtalMMt Id ■ strike by tadepcndeni stad-taaulcrs and 
(be Datlaa'a largtst sled pndueer aald the strike bu 
eaiMd a » peroaol cutback Id shipments. 

MaaawhOe, a.*earlng scheduled today In U.S. 
District Court In Oevdand oc the strike was 
postponed ibr a asoood time, until Jan. 2. Tbs cowl 
wiu dKldi (baa wlkether to grant a permaMol 
bthnettaa la pnUMi BlrtUi« memben of the 
fraUfflal AaasdatloB o( Steel llaulera from harraaa- 
big wMt Omatanlng other tmckrr*. 

U.S. pressure sought 

KHAinOUH. Sodan lUPIt - Sudanne Pmldmt 
Jaafar Nmncfrr appeaM io the Unitfd SUtn 
Monday to put poUUeal aod fcaoomic praaurr 00 the 
wtiHc rtattBea of Baodi Africa and Ithodeila la cbang* 
thctr racial policMo 

lie won Immvdlate pledgra of stvporl Cnm L' N 
A m baMntor Anfen YoiBig and rrocn Sm t»rk 
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mass suicide Hoiday. wdtflng broops 
1:^U) the Jungle commune to seek 
documents and any otha> dues to the 
deaths of more than 900 members of a 
Call/omla religious culL 

Ttiov was growing evidence that 
the Rev, Jbn Jones had tnrdared the 
i%al-auicldft.hLa fit of despondency 
ovH- feus that atJ.S. congressman's 
bivestlgation could mean tbe end of 
-tbe-^cnlt_l>efore. he could make' 
ammgenients to transfer It to Cuba or 
tbeSovlet Union. 

Jones, who ttnned Increasingly 
Marxist In recent months, spoke 
frequently In his sermons of taking his, 

h*J ti^ rt»ra tn rttto (it lhi» r npiTHimlllt 

countries, and one of his legacies was 
a suitcase containing $500,000 in cash 
and taB^ictkxis to take It to the Soviet 
Emtiassy to further Ids plans. 

But tbe mass suldde began before 
the money could be delivered by three 
members of the cult— Hm Carter, 28, 
or Boise , Idaho, his brother Mike, 20, 
" "wnsUMerPmek. Jl, of Modestsr 
Calif. Tbey stashed the suitcase In a 
chicken coop and were picked up tiy 
Guyanese authorities. Guyana later 
confiscated the money. 

The 33 survivors of the suicide sat 
around their seedy hotel rooms Mon- 
day or napped while waiting transpo- 
rtation to the'Unltcd Stales. Another 
40 at the cult's headquarters in 
Georgetown remained under heavy 
guard. One of the 46 has been charged 
with murder In the deaths of Rq>. Leo 
J. Ryan. D-Callf., and four other 
Americans: another was diarged 
with the murder of a mother and her 
three children at tbe headquarters. 
More answers to the mystery of 

*Ex-' tops 
suspect's I 
background 

SAN FRANCISCO lUPI) - Dan 
VrTille, charged with Uiling Mayer 1 
George Ucmcaae and Supervisor I 
Harvey MUk. b a ^year^ld o- 
tlremaa. a-paratroooper and ca- | 
pdloenaa - who wnt back to Ms old 
■taUootobmbbMeUlD. 

He la alao an ai-aifiervtaar, the 
posmoa be was tfym to TVfahi at the 
tlma Moaom and Hilk were kfflad to 
aty Han Mooday. 

Wlillt's Ufe to poUUca began a yrar 
afo wlih hia ckcUoB to the Board ol 
St4Krvtaan. San FVanrtM*'! ircuJa- 
Uve body, rrom a diatm «f mlddl<^ 
tocomr *tte~mmrn to Ihf MUthrm 
parta<ther«y 

lit* »*fctJoo m a Pipmlw mp 
peared to tomti turn on unUwr 
carver But on N<n )0 he nignmi 
(rant the board. clUr^ ftnanrui 
pnasuno lb* ps«l umv onw pi)-* 
oalyM.MQayMr. 

A beyWitoUng iDMnfaer of iNr 
poUre dipar tw iwl anO IMn- thr f rr - 
dtpartnmA. h» cmm tmo m UmOy <4 

llu poUcT cam-! h-mmCS-^ >«m« 
to l«« Mparale tun M|>M*tnl • 
jr*r «( pntatt aKvrUj vwt lot ■ 
Ktmtt tfMinrt IB JMctKttgt AJkiaa 
Htft pHLw* Uun mm^ tnjKi JkmaTi 

uttiiw* irt i»u«; in 

It «w ii 3» (k£mv dfftiL-'.rum: t 

hrrt«3 M a p^mkanrnt. Oo^: - 
'.jrami UmwCl it mm. »a Va.i- 
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Carta', wtio canled the suitcase of Including a rqxirted .suldde > note, 

:iniMKy which contained a letter to the alleged plans for the ctilt to go to the 

Soviet Embas^ hi Qcprgctown. Soviet Union and othei' Issues regard* 

Aootho' possible dtie came from 'a Ing this matter, 
note aiqiarently written by Jones In a The last of the U.S. troc^ on the 

fit of d^wndency following the Ryan mission dismantled their last HH153 

airport massadre and his reported helicopter Monday, placed It aboard a' 

fear that R ymi's Investl^tion of Ct41 transpovt and left the country. 

nporta that" temple memb6yg~ wi!f e B e f ore — '""'"fl 'fiwate wn they 

beipg held in near slavery would bimied their Uniforms because oitne 

raeaniheendolthecult-^ _dangeroI disease fhini the rotting 

"Hie FBI in Washington was study- bodies they, had sent t>8^ to the 

Ing what It called a two^iaragraph UnltedStates. 
note of despair found on Jones' body. According to the Pentagon, tbe body 

Its full contents were not disclosed retrieval opmiUon cost U.S. tax- 

and hand writing experts we're payers approximately ^ - million, 
^cbeddng. .to.-£ee~whctber!~Jones^whicbfigUiedouttoabout|lO,OOOpe^ - 

actually urate the note but the FBI body. 

emphasized Its tone of de^alr. The final transf d: of 184 bodies was 

In Washington, (he State Depart- In S3 aluminum cases. 



Plan to fl y survivors 
to U,S.still m doubt 



CHARLESTON AFB. S.C. (UPI) - 
tbe State Department Mcmday cast 
doubt on tiow many. If any, of the 
Peoples' Temple survivors would be 
flown to Charleston Air Force Base 
where the FBI was waiting to question 
them about the murder of California 
Rep. Leo Ryan. 

U.S. .Attorney ITxunas E. Lydon, 
quoting from a State Department 
statement, lald 'It would be late 
T^ieaday before any of the approxi- 
mately 80 survivors of the death cult 
would be Down from Georgetown, 
Guyana, to the Air Force base. 



"It Is tUl our plan If a substantial 
number of suvivors of the Jonestown 
tragedy want to leave Guyana 
together they wilt be flown to Charles- 
ton by mllltuy abrcraft sometime this 
week," (be statement aaJd. 

"It Is alas Impossible at this point 
for us to speculate as to how many of 
the survivors would be aboard such a 
night." 

Lydon said be was told by the State 
Department that some of the sur- 
vivors may decide to return lo-ttie 
United States by other means and 
some may not wish to return at all. 



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Tuoaday. Novombor28,1978 TImoB-Nowo, Trt[nFeirs.Tdiho A-3" 

MansJioo^accused slayer of sons' ^ 



WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (UPl) — a 
veteran GOP governor and a Re^ 
pubUcan v/tw wpn a Rtntf^hmic^^ 
the first time this year warned 
■ Monday the-1978 victories wlll-not*- 
qiark a national party comeback 
tmless followed by a canq)algn to woo 
traditionally Democratic voters. 

Gov. William Milliken of Mlctjlgan 
and Gov.-elect Richard Thombitfglj of 
, Pennsylvania delivered essentl^ 
the same message to the Republican 
— GoMrn ors' AsBoclat lon meeting at 
Colonial WlUluiiiflburg. — 

"Let's hot delude ourselves," 
MUlUcen, the second most wnkn* OOP 
govonoor, said in p'nsared renuitai. 
"It would be premature to claim our 
vlctoj^les _ slgnaled_any. .real„ je-, 
siirgence to the Republican Party 
nationally ... we have yet to prove we 
reaUy have kicked the habit of 
Hnatchlng defeat from Uw Jaws of 
victory." 




TTwmbinTfconeottheRepuWlcans^^ tocmed oa the 

who tntJeawd thfl GOP g ovftnm f ax-woltHUHHouiwHt^le Mlutlmldat '; 



SAN ANTONIO, Texas (UPl) - A 
57-yearH3ld man Monday shot and 
killed the accused slayer of his two 
sons as the suspect was being led in 
chains into the Bexar County 
Courthouse to face trial, authorities 
said. 

._§tL'^rll''B officers snld Junn' 



Rodriguez emerged from a crflwd 
watching 15 chained prisoners enter- 
ing a side door of the coiqlltousc and 
jiumpcd six bullets Into Jimmy Garza, 
31. killing him. , . 

Hk father then quietly dropped hia 
pistol to the sidewalk and surten- 
demL He was char^ with murder, 



from 12 to 18 by ending thfelong-time 
DemOCTaUc_riile_ln .Pennsylvania, 
sald the-MCkflt was "to go to the 
traditional Democratic co n s 1 1 • 
tuenqr," paitleulBriy blacks and 
union membns whose allegiance 
!'hBssottetie4" in recent years. 
' Th<»iibur8h said Rqiubllcans can 
Insist on "IdeoIoglCBl purity" from 



l:ig than ipany found It earlior. 

Virginia Gov. John DaltODTopenlng 
the lh^ee^lay meeting, said the 
movement was less a protest against 
goverrunent Itself than against un- 
responsive elected of flclals. 

"I would suggest to you that 
Amo-lcan taxpayers today are t 



mstet on "IdooIoglcjJ purity" from ■ mg concrete expiWn in the 
PniposittonMs syndrome for their 

"?i55f^'^S5^^rpLch-.h^?^^^-"'^^^-^ 

policy of the open door. But as a party problems." Dalton said. 



WILUAMMILUKEN 
. . . warning for pai^_ 



we don't always practice it ■ 
deserve It," 

Any "regional -strategy" such as 
appeals to soutbem states or the Sun 
Belt Is "not only morally wrong but 
pollUceUy sttqild" said MlUlkeo, who 
won' bis third full term this year to 
become second In seniority behind 
lows govenwr Robert Ray. 



^ Gov. Otis Bowen of Indiana noted 
that whUe most limits on taxes and 
vending were approved Nov. 7, two 
-of-- the three measures closest to ■ 
Proposition 13 failed. 

Bowen said he believed that meant 
voters wanted "something less than a 
meat^ approach to govoiuient 
nendlnjt and taxation." 



Aspirants won~tge4^muehhelp 



ONewlnaeNmServlca bkUhs (he iseo GOP presldenllol 

WILLIAMSBURG, V«. - Two nomliaUon. 
potentlBl Republican presidential 
candldatei (nm Teiai will not 



any ipeclal help bom the new coP 
soveraor o( their ,lale l( they run 
agaloat each other. 

Governor-elect Bill aementa, 
attending the Republican Govemorv 
Asaoclatl<#i annual meeting here, said 
former Gov. John Cotinally and 
former Ambassador George Bush are 
"both long-time, peraonal friends." 

Bush and Coonally are expectnl to 



Texas, aemenis, who spent approxl- newly-elected (ovemor who will take 

^ matslyS6 million In his gubernatorial office hi January. 

aoraMtsalsosaWhegotcamp^ election, said: "That Issue hasn't Oements and Teiaa slalt GOP 

help from former PresWont Ford and really come up." Chairman HSTBsSSrt Si uTey 

^SS^. JPT'S"^ potential a preference for any Republican Jrlraary In Texas on the date whci 

candldateslnll»0,lnhlso«iracefor candidate In the early maniuvering £lh73uia nomlnaTe c^Si " 

'".y.l™"'' .,. .. .. j„ forHeo.aementsconlendsPresldent sUteofflcea 

1 m on the boras of four dilemmas, Carter Is In serious pdlltleal trmible hi 

and I'm not about to get Into that Texas 

mess." aements, s former deputy ..h, was in trouble befora I sot 

secretary of defense under Ford, said elected, and he's bi more Inxible 

at apnea conference here. nnw,"aemenlasald 



There bm>tr|te primi 
Texas now. but twGOP leai 



the state plans toehold one a 
Banihartsald. _ 
If IIM Democratic leglalaluia lita 




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Mayors, Carter share one view 



ST. LOUIS tVPl) - Clly mayors 
snd Presldcot Carter Monday found 
unexpected harmony on the need for 
austerity tn government. 

Carter told the annual convention of 
the NatkxuJ League of Cities he wUI 
propoae "sever* UmlU" on federal 
aid (or cities in his isao bodtfri 
Ancr*-ard be spoke «-iih a imniicr 
group of mayors and sanirrd them he 
wiU^ fair In asMsstng their cities' 

"You know «1uit it U to face 
unlimited demands with limited re- 
" Carter uld "All of ui wOJ 



have to suffer from these rnlralnts." 

League President Tom Moody, 
mayor of Columbus. Ohio, replied. "1 
can pledge to you we will suppori you 
la the InlUtkHi fight." 

Blayor Lee Akxandrr of Syracuse, 
N.Y., Slid Carter show-ed an undent- 
utdliig of the problenu of dtlet. 

"Many of ut came with the 
apprdioiskn that we'd be the first to 
be cut," Akxander told reporters. 
"The praskieot Instantly cut these 
fears with hli praolse that the 
admloliUiKkxi wiu be em^iamkd tn 
Its budget planmng. 



Record showing by GM 
leads car sales surge 



"I am pleased and relieved uith the 
president's proRram. We were afraid 
It might be much hanh^r." 

Although Carter did not tpcolty 
i*'tiat. If any. dly aid programs be 
considers I ikely candldalM for budget 
cuts, Ms>-or Tom Bradley of Lot 
Angeles offered to cooperate In spend- 
ing reductions. 

"This year's going to be very 
critical," Bradley said. "We'll work 
ulth you tn taking our fair itiare of 
cuts. 

"la there an> mechanism that «t 
can use to pnpote pragronu we ihlnk 
could be cut?" 

Carter, obvleiiily pleased by 
Bradlrjr's rammwHs nlimd the 
majrer to a aaabsr of iwwIiVrtlil 



assistants, then added: "You're right, 
Tom. Even In normal times, coopera- 
tion Is advantageous." 

Mayor John P Rousskii of 
Savannah. Ga . wtto will tuccrcd 
Moody as league president, told 
Carter cooperation on economic 
issues "Is starting to spill over some 
sUIes but not all." He urged the 
prcsldrnt to wigh carefully the needs 
ofalllvgioRiottberountry. 

Carter said he ts opilmUtic about 
the succeai of hU anU lnflatlon pro- 
gram 

"I do not anUdnite a rcccsslao or 
dr^cHlon," he Idd the mayors. **No 
ecenoinic adviser who werta with ie 
bcilevBs then will be aa ecoooale 




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U.N. declaration favorsr Third World 



ByAUNQMOSBY 
PARIS (UPI) -f East and West 
. battted over the UNESCO declaration 
on newsgaUte'ring h^'Iast week, but 
Ibe ' real winner appears to 'be the 
mfrd World. 



Some fl'uiopcan countries — tHc 
Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark 
and otba:s — opposed any com- 
promise by the West. 

ThedocumentIsnotlegally.'blnding. 

<^ut It can powerfully Influence 



Most diplomats rate the contest pollclesofstatMaodp'rlvategroups. 
behveen the Unltcd^tates and Soviet And It sets a precedent for future 
iT nhwnvofihptif ylpraUQn, unanlmo-. lnta w)veniniCT tal , declarations on 
«sly adopted Wednesday by 146 " 
member nations of the U.N. Educa- 
tional, Scientific and Cultural 
Organltatlon,'! 



posUOe edge for the West. 
.-I1)e>.So\iflts-wanti)d -a resolution^ 
fmplying state supervision of news. 

'■Ttw West, backed by some Third 



the news. UNESCO member states 
DOW are locked into It. 

It was the developing countries, led 
by Tunisia's Mustapha Masmoudl, 
who worked-inlOTfilvely for Western- 
and Communist bloc agreement on 
the document, Masmoudl says. 
If the West had not agreed to 



RIghtcr, author of "Whose News?" an 
authoritative book . on the con- 
troversial 1972 Ur^ESCO dectacatlon, 
says, "Two years ago UNESCO's idea 
of state-supported Third Wrnld news 
'agencies created hysteria In the 
Western press. That seems' a long, 
time ago. It Is the reason why' the 
ircyJs^-dedQffltlfln-a'as-pnfalhlcin. 



.eUber through'ftiture declarations, or 
through the MtSiide committee, will 
be demands for the international right 
of gDVttiunents la rejdy" to whattlwy- 
regard as dislOTted ntws. 

such demands were watered down ' 
)V the West In the new UNESCO 
declaration. 



"There also may be pressure for 
Intergov^nmental media committees 
(to watch Uie press) and an interna- 
tional codeofJouhuUlsmethics." 

U^. delegate WlUlam Attwood, a 
Long Island, New York, publisher, 
said at the end of the Paris conference 
he was goltig home. to encourage 



private and governmental groups "to 
sec what we can do. to be helpful to 
serious Third Worid countries, and by 
serious I don't mean Ideologically on 
ourside." ' 

Hut, in the eyes of many in the 
corridors of the UNESCO eonfe'rcncc, 
Isthe realvlcto'ry. ■ 



Worid countries, paitlculariy In LaiUi negotiate, the result would have 

America, managed to ellmhiate such do document or one so weak as to be 

Moences and idirases about Journal' p meanIngless,tKsavs. 
fstic "duties and re^nslbtlltes" (to xjiut East and West both wanted the 

Btatesh ... ... gxd wlU of t he Third Wo rld. A major 

t :Tbe revised document finally point of the paper Is an acknowledge 

adopted does call for good working meot tiut poor nations have less than 

IcondltkMit and access of Information tlwlr share of the woiid's news 

lor Journalists, to the satisfaction of systems. 

;Wetteinddegates. Most sUtes and private media In 

' Ttie Soviet Union, wtildt originated the West agree that atate^upported, 

the document In 1B72, MW vlcmy In but independent, media Is better than 

. the fact a declaration was passed at noaeatall. 

' all. British Journalist Rosemary 



the end, and Uiat Is much more 
Important than whether the East or 
West won." 

In 1979 the International Tdepraph 
Union will redistribute the wtn-Id's 
radio frequende3..alIottlne theJThlrd. _ 
Worid a bigger shore. 
~ In 1S80 UNESCO's International 
Communications Committee, chaired 
by eX'Irlsh foreign minlstn- Sean 
McBride, will issue a report that, tn 
the Western view, sanctions state 
control and "responsibility" of the 
media". — ' 

As NclhVriarids~acI<5gfltc-Mnarten — 
Mouriksold, "If you think this week's 
UNESCO declaration on Uie news was 
a tempest In a teacup, wait (or the 
McBride report. That will be a 
hurricone, with much more Impor- 
tant, far-reaching implications." 

Ms. RIghtcr says, "What we may 
well see In the next couple of years. 



WllllomE. Mewotd. 
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Menoging Editftr 



WAty Doddt. 
AdvtflliltiB Monogat 



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Cirf wlollon Manog«> 




The mcmburs of Ihv editorial bodrd diid \hv wiiioiv of 
Times-News editorials are WiIliAni E Howiird. Chns 
Peck. Gary Eltatten and Kay Bruwn 





" THey CAN'T PW ^aJVTHNS ON ME " 
Ellen Cbodman 

Image of unwed father 



iWhy make drill teams laughingstocks? 



: Boodwad goveniment itrikes again. 

' Tin vlcUm Ihls time U the Capital High 

School "Golden Gtrta" drIU team. 

A few dayi ago the U.S. onice on CIvU 
Rlgbti In Seattle ordered Capital High School 
to cfaangA the name ot Ita drill team to 
nmethlngllke the "Golden Girls and Guys" 
and begin admitting men to the squad. 
~ Alas, It's not a joke. 

. Larry Omo, spokesman (or the reglanal 
Oince 00 CIvU Rights, solemnly hiu delected a 
wisp ot discrimination In (he tesm's name and 
sexual composition 

He has warned Capllal (hii( lillurc to chantjc 
the all-female Image ol Its drill team could 
lead to a loss In Itderal education funds. 

What would the Office on CIvU Rights 
suggest? 

Shall (he (k))^ urar &hor( skirls and 
stockings? 

Nearly ever>' high school in Idaho Holds a 
drill learn and unul nou ihe learns have be«i a 
source ot prtde and anompllsiunrnl lor .voung 



Tbt glris usually urar idmiiral ouifils of 
short skins, «hi(r gloirt and boots and 



perform precision marching drills to music at 
the halltlmes of baskclball games. 

With the boys In the show, It simply von'i be 
the same. 

A six-toot five-Inch halr>'-Icggcd male among 
the girls will turn the drill learns Inio a cruel 
parody of equal rights 

Why can't the 0((ice on CIvU JllsWi 
recognlie (ha( (his ncccn(uatlon of (he (he 
petty leads (o (rl vial liatlon of the si gnl (I ca ni 

To many minds, making trouble for a drill 
team »1ll (end (o render llleg((lma(e many 
needed civil rlghd efforts by (he same ofKce 

The ruling makes government out (o be a 
stable of buffoons wtu wield pouvr with the 
finesse of a Ihmvyear-old with a IZ gaugc 
shotgun 

Most sadly, (hit Uimblln)! and (umldinn (or 
civil rights may deprive some Ididxj ^Irl* of a 
wTll-eamcd pnde Ihry oxUd tuw bv |ur(icl 
paUng in a (op'no{ch dnil team 

ChKe a couple of kman-ahi-k lr»-ii.n;r bov-s 
disrupt the dnil team praclicr-* and demand lo 
perform tn public. Ihe oner-p.-Mud dnil (eam> 
wUI become laughing^lockk 



BOSTON - The Imige of the unwed 
(aUier wu always ■ Mcdy one. He 
wat the man wtu aJtlfjped toun one 
ttrp ahead of the shotBun. Me left 
iNhtnit him a^wtMnao "In trouble." 
and a child 4tio grvw up a* a 



Jhe only paternity caaca ever tieanl 
about when I was grow ins up wTre Uir 
Und Uiat proved wtu was Uie father 
and fomd htm lo 'teas up and pay up 
We were far inofr con c er n e d then 
with piTsstns mpoftsJbllllles on un- 
w^ tathcT» than with ensurmg iheir 
rlKMs 

But, gradually, thlngi tiatr 
diaaced In 1160, only 3 fl pertvM of 
Uie diUdrm In Uila country wnr bora 
«jt ot wtdlock In ivn. 11 3 percent 
wwT. Moat 04 thrtr fathers itu) 
irmala anonymous and txaslraJI) 
dlscoonerted Bui Iherr are a numbrr 
of men. and a bod) of law, ■raduall) 
drvciapuis aroisid the new kind of 
palfnyiy isur the rltfila of the 
UDwodtalbrr 

WW*, thr f.v s^iprrmr Cntjl 
heard the lausl aaj polrrslail., mu*I 
llB|M(1aal ol una caar*. Cation ^ 
Mduanmed T^tr} hraltf the arr-f 
ocfiU (or and asal-al a faUwr who '.i 
ctiaUcn^ac a New Vort lialule li 
says thai an uit«^ mt<hrT els ic^t* 
to thr adryll rc i erf her rf^Jdrra o -E^n^ 
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International manners decline 



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legal and emotional points Should the 
right! o( an unwtd father be dlKcirnt 
froo) Uioce of a married, or formerly 
nurried, father? Should they be 
different fram the righta of an unwed 
mother? Ilow carefully can u-e 
balance the Interatx of the children 
and the IntrresU of the adult? 
Vhc itory behind thli lltlicallon li u 
langlfd as many other human rda- 
Uonihlpt. The fMrenti IIVTd Xogeitter 
from l)GBtot973andtoirethrrhadtwo 
chUdrpn. »ho bear the fathrr't name. 
AHrr (heir KparaUon, the mother 
mamed. txit the (alhrr maintained a 
■tnxtspmnKe tn hli chlldmi'i \im 
Al one time or mother, he had 
ntenuvT \ liitation rtghls or full 
onlody He aJ»i}i had a mj}or 
dirUlon maklns rwlr 

hul kJnut thnv }Tan itto. the 
mother and Ibr Uf^ather peillloned 
to adcpl the chUdmi Adoption wwiJd 
hjv* mM kll th* UfaJ nitfiU ol the 
n^tur^ lAther. irrlud:n| rsrv hii 
ni^t to siiii h» rt-.ildrrr. At thit potnl 
h» toucM -lot^MthrmMhrrandthr 
kU'.e. dedannc thai thr tjM «u 
unnratJtutKr.lI hKraukr it tttJaln] 
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Doth ot these cases — decided for an 
igaln»t unwed fathers — hinged 
neatly on the best Interests of the 
children. As .Paul Kurtz of the 
University of Georgia Law School 
ia>-a, "The ov«r-rldlng consideration 
is the best Interest of the child " But 
he says that in Csbtn v. Mohammw) 
the queation It u-hrthrr "the brtl 
Interest of the chUdren Is -bett 
enough' to oulwTlgh the rlgbU of the 
father." 

A lower court had ruled that the Iw'O 
children *wUd fare heller In the 
wrid If thry had the umr tuimr u 
thetr mother and itrpfalhrr and wrre 
no longer Ulegltlmaie Dut Is the 
dlinculty ot tirarlng a dlllrrrnt name 
or e\m the itlgma of Ulr|[ltlmacy 
Kreatrr today than the riU of loklni! 
ctxitart «lth a parmf Ii II k> Ereal 
thai It outwTlchs the man'i right lo 
afUhrr" 

Surely, an unved falhrr ihoutdn'l 
hi^r an Alnolulr ni^t of >rio oitt 
aifcptkjfi TY^l »wi)tJ(:Tf«lrhj»w: U 
wftra to me app t iy ciatr that, al th:i 
time, hit nfhtA ihouid be callbralrd 
Inlrtrntufhlicommilmni! Thpfr'i a 
^Ml ditlrrmpr tje1»rm thr lalhet 
who liirO »i:th ^J| ctiJifTn, tni 
thr WW »fo hit (JmrrtfO Ihrf^i 
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Supreme Courtrejects newsman's appeal 

fl,!w;iSS"r£>'r?'''-i*^L^' ~ '^''^ cllned to review the highly publicired conlldence the high court would the peace ' selecting the offending ol the flrni. Parber nsftacd, ooUng the sUte 

M^rame wKin rejwiM M app^ '*''^'^^^"sfr«*i"*^<^- addreMlhem in some future ease and materials during a raid. -Dedlned lo consldw United Air shield law gives journalists a 

S2?Vill i.^- Farbeif do loogtf to In daogec of clarity Iti stand. •PronUsed to arbitrate a dispute Lines' cMIlenge to a state human privUege to protect sources and 

P°™r Myron t aroer, who sprat 39 being sent back to.JaQ. But be told The Farbd- case was one. of between the United States and U» rlgbls agency's ordera that It permit arguing that he at least should-be 

™^™J5 w "!!.'^ ^ wl ^- V^^ *^ r^eta.Uie cgujrt's rejection humfreds the Sapnma Oottrt a cted on Southeastern Pennsyivanfa Synpdof stewwdegBCStoOy whllejregnantfor given a hearing before being told jo 



. murder case. 

Tbe Justices let stand conteinpt 
convictions Imposed on Fariior and on 
the Times, which paid a total of 
.$285,000 In fines (or its position In 
stq)pbrtoI the reporter. 

Without comment, the 'court de- 



c } t leav eg li r' a rB ta t e o fl lmbo" ' Mo n day on i ts in Btifm i t wi n a nw-weel r ^ th r ' Luth er an ' ' C lh ure ti 



amounts to^mt compensation (or 
itoft]»n)llLcbui:ch.]Bnd condemned by__ 



qiiestloiis atnut "the ability of re- recess.' Among other things, 
portMS to preserve the conBdentlallty— Justices: ^ 

of their sources and at the vuy least •Agreed to consldo' thb torm ttapfAkvalgovanment. 

to receive a full and fair henrlng." * whetbe'r police Illegally seized •Offwred to review a ruling that a 

He said these Issues have been hunbeds u. inagBxiDffLAmLirBelB of twokwsge house's customers have a 

arising with Inmasb^ (requeiKy In ■ fUm from an adult botdL^tne In right to tfoe an -accountant, for 
recent- . jrears, and expressed "* " 



JoknWqmer captures^ 
Virginia Senate seat 



WASHINGTOfT^UPI) - The 

RICHMOND, Va, (UPI) - Re- MiUer by 4.731 votes out of 1,222,256 Supreme Court Monday |et stand 

— jwWican-John-Wamcr was eratUjcd cast — the dosest vlflfliy margin in ' ' 

Monday as winner of the Senate race^^ any Senate race this year, 
in Virginia by a vote margin of less Tlie state Board of Elections official 

tium 1 percent — a victory his wife, court of .the »Nov._7.-balloting,gave. 

'EBzabeth Taylor, declared to be Warner 613,232 voles, or 50.1 percent, 

"absolutely marvelous." toMillcr's608,511,or49.7percc'nt. 

Warner, a guest at the Republican Ms. Taylor, who was with her 

Governors Conference in neariiy husband In Williamsburg, said she 

__jyjUiamti3ui&Jwd.a_m6re .subdued was thrilled by the victory. ' 
reaction. • Warner, a former secretary of the 

"I accept the results with Navy, was the Republican party's — — • r — ~-.-™. . ~ 

humUlty," he said. "I pass on good second choice for the Senate. He was Inyalld amendments to the Fair Labor NoW VOU knOW 



inpwtlTOTirontnir' ZZr~T-- r^VeiqililsJHW^ 

Articles Fsrber wrote in'1976 led to He was drdc^ Jailed indefbdtely 
're<f)ening of a lO-year-old Investiga- unless he complied, and the Times 
tion'inlo Id mysteHourdeaths^at- a—was fined $5,000 a day, plus $100,000 
Bergen County, N.J.,hoqiitaI, and the for criminal contempt. All the 
btdlctment of Dr..MaHo Jascalevlidi poialtles were ended afttf Jascale- 
onVcba^^'of .mulrdaing Kveknl /vlchwasacqulttedlastmonth. . -i 
Wawayanda, N.Y.. with a Justice of prquHng false or-nilsleadlng eudlta^: jiatlents with ovm^^ On ;Sc|]t 21, the New. Jersey 

' relaxant r - . -\ ■ . . 

M .The siirgeon'S'lawyeis sutqiwenaed convictions of tioth Farber and the 
"Fartwr'sVfiies, sa^ng- ^^ey , we Tlnws, . — — 

ner>^ to make sure Jascalevich got ' That tribunal relied on a 1879 
—ft4rii'4iHfti,mftnihn-rHprirtfjrflrifi iho fiiiprfmp CMiri dgc|sl6n that journat- 
Times objected, the (rial Judge or- ista have do ^kcToI constitutional 
- dered the iMtes-atid-racavdS'turned-- privilege to protect confideritial- 
n ^ :.^ w j.u.ic /...^..r^..^ 'over to Wm for examination and a sources when they are called before a 
Gordon and the 4th U.S. Circuit Owrt decision whelhw they wwe rdevant m-and luiy to answo- questions about 

of Appeals, relying on an earlier , tothocaae. -rwimlmainvesUgation. 

appeititeOTtTulIng, said:thentl?: ~*i«iinuiuuinYwi»»wn. 

doubt apirtlcatlbn of Eqtial Psy Act 
inwlalons to slate and local govern- 
ments "la a valid exercise of Con- 



E qual p ay lawrnjing 
let stand by justics^ 



:lDwa>oourt .rulings thatithe: federal 
law requiring equal pay f or jnale and 
female en^tlt^naes dotaig tlte same Job 
may be i^t^ Jo state and local 

gbvernmenti gress' coosUtuUflualfiythorlty. 

■ The Justices turned down an appeal Tlje school board said the hillngB, if~~] 

by the GreensbOTo. N.C.. school allowed to stand, may force it to 

board, which argued that it, as a cuitaQ athletic iMrogirams or reduce 
subdIvisloaoC the ^te..was lmmuDe.-.custo(llaLaHnleeB.£=.aiid.thus.affecL 

fromlhestatute'sprovtskins. areas of tradltlona] government; 

In 1978, the Su^vme .Court ruled AmcUona. 



luck to my opponent and I wish him , named the GOP candidate after the 
weUlnhisnextventurelnlife." first nominee, Rlcha(d Obcnshaln, 
Warner defeated Democrat Andrew wa8klUedln8planecraBti\ug.2. 



Garter fflls panel posts 

WASHINGTON (UPI) - President McCovln. 

Carter Monday appointed nine Also named were: Adm. James 

persons to ' the American Battle Holloway, a member of the Joint 

Monument Commission, Including Chiefs of Staff; Albert Meadow, 



Standards Act which for the first time unjted fnes intonatlooal 

extended the law's minimum wage worid's moat expensive stao- 

and maximum hour provi^ons to daM men's pocket watch Is the SwiM 

almost , all employees of states and Grande CoinpUcation which retailed 



CUSTOM FRANIING 

• Lorge Moulding Selection 
« Double ond Triple Maits 
-VOyoT, Circle". .. 

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national commander of the Disabled 
Veterans ot America; Alfred Chamic 
of Pacinc Pallsodcs. Calif.; John 
Pope of Americus, Ga.; otkI T. Han7 
Cotton, identified as cKccullve vice 
prcsldftit of the North Carolina 
OanVtnf! Association. 



Powell commented after published 
reports appeared last week' that the 
president was sorely distressed over 
the Intelligence comniunlly's failure 
to pndlct Uic (ran upheavals. 



four generals and one admiral . 

Named to the panel were: Gen, 
Louis Wilson, commandant of the 
Marine Corps; Gen. Anna Mac Hayes, 
chief ot the Army Nurilng Corps, and 
Gcna. Benjamin Davis Jr. and James 

CIA slip on Iran brings criticism 

ST. LOUIS (UPI) - White House tlon," f*oweU Mid. 

press secretary Jody Powell con- 
firmed Monday President Carter sent 

a memo to CIA Director Stanstield 
' Turner crtltclilng the tntelllgrnce 

community's (allure to forecast the 

gravity of civil strife in Iran 
But Powell Insltled to reporten, 

accompanying the l^mldent on Air 

Force One. the memo •'wasn't a 
' chewlngout." 

"\\'% not unuiual (or the president to 
' writ* notes to the memben of the 

cabinet, to hti sUlf or to party 

offklals. In which he eneeun«ed 

them to eicrl It'i no( unprecedented 

- cTrt«lnly not In tm» admlnUtrs- 

Bear heeds barkeep s 
order to clear out 
Torrr.. Miwi npi a 

pound bear dn^pvd m al the 

F:d<r>stfff LouR|f thti laiJ 

itm T^.l|^t t* h-x-.cn , ukd ht 
hiAtlfd 10 IM LlUfMW And laki 
e^Tr>tw>3) lo frt ojl 

"Ttw I t.»ri Is \tw bt.:. 

pomml to Ihf 4w UkJ 'jTf iTk! 

" I >f had man traCA* tr; '.r^ to gH 
KitntpwpltlalMiv. naaaid 

hofgi raM thr (a»f ««j4r« 
BTjiiSy. a^ Om ofTVirr r*nr cn-rr 

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thelrpoUtical subdivisions. 

It said Congress may lut use Its 
autfiortty to regulate Interstate com- 
merce In this kind of a way, forcing 
upon slates Its position on how 
essential decisions arc to be made 
regarding the conduct of Integral 
govcrrunent functions. 

The Greensboro Board of Education 
relied on that opinion la challenging 
efforts to make state and local 
governments subject to the Equal Pay 
Act, wtilch It described as a provision 
of the Fair Labor Standards Act. 

FaUowtng complaints that It 
violated the law by paying some of Its 
female cusTodlhns* and- athletic 
coadies less Uun men who held the 
same }obs, the school board went to 
federal court in North Carolina seek* 
tng a dedaratory Judgment Uul It and 
lis cnqiloyeca are not subject to the 
equal pay recjulremeot. 

But Chief District Judge Eugene 



forSSS,WOioJune. 



and 

WILSON-BATES 

present . . . 
MICROWAVE OVEN COOKING SCHOOL 

WED., NOV. 29,1978 
7:00-9:00 P.M. 
Holiday Inn - Sawtooth Room 

Pick up a Free Certificate to atlend from 

WILSON-BATES 

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KIV CeZT AND WAMM WITH 

PRIM! eoeU DOWN 

WINTER COATS 

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WARM HOLLOFIL COATS 



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fe.". 

'V MIAMI. (UPI) -,. Alnxa Sumpter 
would : rather collect garbage than 
.^■collect weHarc ond she proved it 
i;W«y morning. 

The ITS-pound woman may be the 



■ i"l WMildo't be mmled to anything 
except those caps," she said. "And it 
beats being on welfare. J a lot of 
other women get the hbit . , , and get o (f 
welfare." ■ 



. only ' female garbage' collector in 
FlOTida. . . ■ . 
.i;itSn..Simp\Ni M, asked about a Job 
i^ ,atMiaihi;gartiage route when she 
Innjble/findlng.wo'rk seven weeks 

'Smi'n^wl^Jtbe'ra.is aiidthe 
iKSfl'nrt AWiiyfpnns,''!. said Bill 
l|j^e,^<liBpa'rtment 
, . _ B&;dieiwarited-to-; 



her.owD'livlng. She talked like she" 
:,cbulddbthework.*' ■ ' . 
r- It7WouldrDdt-be hfllf as' hacd' as 
picking tomatoes or mnslng mental 
patients, as she has done b the pest. 



''Jiffit.i]iit^ie:6h.tba truck and IcU 
the men tolmitup," she said. 
; .JlK.best part'ot'the job, she says, is 
the|S',40.an hbtir that she earns. 



HonEduiDEraRniiiiiufS' 

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Other guys win round in tough world 
of politics inside Teamsters Union 



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By JERRY FUNT 
©N.y. Times Service 
; FUNT, Mich. - In the world of 
. teamsterr, something unusual ha^ 
pened this month. 
The other guys won. 
{ . Under the banner of Ihc rebellious 
-■■ Teamatera for a Democratic Union. 
' Richard Sebastian led c sevcn- 
, bicmlier slate that swept every 
- Incumbent from office in Local 332 
1 1 here. ■ driven' and warehouKmen't 
j * local wUfa 4,000 memben. 

DlasldenU In the International 
Brotherhood of Teamiten conw and 

Norse coin 
first link 
to Vikings 

IX)NDON (UPI) - A British coin 
expert believes an I Ith century None 
penny found In an Indian rvbblsh heap 
in Maine may be the tint "tangible 
evMeoec" that Viking dlacovcred 
America 400 yean betare OolumbiM . 

"Now, at last, a Norse trtUact has 
been found below the tsth parallel." 
■aid Peter Seaby, chief ol the coin 
firm of B. A. Seaby Ltd. 

Seaby ukJ Honday the coin "U 
almost certainly a Nonte penny." 

That, he said, could demonstrale 
conduitvcty that wtien Columbus 
saiM the ocean bhx la IW he wu 
trailing tar In the wake of the VIklngi 

*'OoloB, which can be accurately 
dated and Idenuned. are a daaUc 
we^xn In the hhtorlao'i amur>-." 
Seaby said. "Hen we ha>-e «hai li 
alnuit certainly an llth ceniury 
EuTDpeao coin, the fim luch dl- 
•covfry bciow the Wth paraliei " 

Seaby said thr coto «aa dUcotered 
In IMl oo an early Indian tttt «llUn 
yard! of the coast of UaIxk, but <3eiy 
recwilly IdcntlfWd «i a Sor*e penny 

He ukj photofraphi fraoi Uw 
Maine Oate nuaeisn conflmed Ui 
bdtct thai the cola bdcn^ lo thr 
rrl^ of Olaf K)TTe brtmen tOf? an] 
ion 

•Tha couid be epocii-tnaiinx." br 
said 

Seabj fcald the ara'.y ideni-fied coin 
was not the viiy ntcknce that 
•omctedy beat Coiurriwi Ui Airnenc* 

•thai the Sont did *iin Sarji 
Am«Va frocn Cnm!^i*3 it vril 

aacai and ca(ir\rmtd by nri>a:)cni 
ot the tiaUtalKc o 'l-: S»ctv3 
Bav axTj 0* narthfm Nrwl^'jnfiaal' 
hFta>d 

Srairy cilnJ a rvcmf >vj *jr to uV-« 
It kai ycmiJM thai Si iimslaa 
imti laeak »to l;»tO orr tteixr lv 
Vifetn^. <tnM fiev* rrBm*J \Tif 
AUmiOc is akauxs u^i 

The Ncrtr prts-i 'Jtt^. ;•. 
found m mi. haJ t^. ^-.Trx^..:oj 
IV to ncn*. V*:-. t^.l Lkajw 
ty-rrfvfK Ifuu^.l ii ux\ art ra.>.,> 
CnfitihRxn 

Hu! »t»cT5 S.j'JwTUr*! ..^ 

Hart«3f. Mr. f-H Uvj^.'. h-. • 
pfKtocrac/'. .V*;-) m»3. ■ j; r»j-j . 
w«» not nmgnujUif ai (" V-i-' 
own '■ 

7>v ccta wat uarrf") 'i^ '>.*■■ 
rr\ w w lakj «im s rro** xtitrA Va:-t 
Mid U (xpM-aU; Scr«rf a.n 

Seaby uU be rocrpartO ittt 
ptctam WRb the cocm u^uiat K<tr<^ 
In thr Hntuh Uumim a.**] n-,a:(*>n: .: 
acatnat lUtMtraikM is a cn-al « arir: > 
a* refmnre t^Vfts 



go but over the years llltio stems to 
have shaken the structure of teamster 
leadership. An Intenulkuial president 
was Jailed, pmtion fund Investments 
have beAi tied to racketeers ond on 
occasional murder has been reported. 
None of that was an important part o( 
Sebastian's campaign. 

"We said we would give the union 
back to the niembers, ' * the &foo( plus, 
2S(^fx«nd truck driver explained. 
"We didn't nm against Klu," mean- 
\at Frank E. Fltzxlmmons. president 
of the InterrutloruU union. 

The Issues at Local 332 u-crc thr 
right to^ect business aRcnls, u-ho are 
now appointed, to get better results on 
grievances and to end an "autocrallr 
dictatorship" of the entrvnched IocjI 
leaders, SctiaiUan said. 

The Flint vlctor>' Is thv mml 
Impressive but ml the onl.v viclury 
the rebels have achiev ed Last month. 
Jock Farrell. a Teamsters lor a 
Democratic Union activl&l. *on ihc 
presidency or a 7,000-membtT local in 
Oklahoma City and early thK >rar a 
slate from the rrbe] urganiution uun 
control of a local In lirrvn lljy. Wtr, 
Olhcf InsuTKents lute won pcnlt in x 
teamslrr local tn JackMnMllr. h'l.i . 
and are campolsniiu: for offKT in .i 
half -dozen other clt in 

Tho*e vlctorlrt are men- pin ()rH kv 



to the giant Icamsltrs, the wHlon s 
largest union with more than i\4o 
fflllllon members. Kvcn the 
Teamsters for a Democratic L'nion, 
the closest tfiing to organlied In- 
surjiency within the union, boasLsonJy 
3,000 mcmbm 

"We don't have an elcclorni 
stratcfO". Elccllons arv a ucllc." said 
Pete Camaroifl of Dclrall, who lost an 
election at Local 299. possibly the best 
known of all teamster locals because 
it is the home base ot the late James 
R. [{affa, the tonner Intenuillonal 
president, and his successor. 
Fitislmmons. 

Camarota. asas-pound iMdinn d<j>:^ 
worker. Is co-chainn:in of ific tvM 
orKanliallon and candldatr for Ihc 
prrsldenc)' ot the Intmutlonal union 
in iwi. which Is a lactic to win 
publicity In IramMrrhuui^ organs 

The rctwl gruup eniphaslwi cam- 
p;ilKiis to chan^-e local union b)la»>. 
puihlnK. lor example, for elected 
buslncu agent!, ami iieuardi It 
emphaslirs comploiniN abouL' 
pnxlucttvily fcprwjup* or tnadwjuale 
grirvancr hanrllmit and Nip*-* to build 
MrenKt*) on disvtiwfacttpn that niltJit 
ctitne injm \tt>- nrw tutinrul master 
frrljrn ap-eenwnt to Ih> nri^laled 
wil ^prtnc 

"Majbr It uUl Uie 10 1» IS yran." 



Comarola said, "but at the next 

convention It won't be one guy 
sUindlnt; up and (lelllng his head beat 
In." At the rJ7G national teamster 
convcntlvii. Camarata was the only 
delegate to speak up against the 
union's leadership and he was 
roughed up after the meet lRg,s . 

Violence, however, has not been a 
particular problem of the rebels 
More troublesome \s the taii of 
Communist or Socialist that 
teamsters put on them. Both 
Comarata and Ken Paff, a founder of 
the rrt>el grot^ and now it^ paid 
organtier, concede that they t>c]on|t lo 
n small Rroup. not a political party, 
krxiwn as the Inlrmallonal .Soclallits, 
and they believe MxrlaJlsm L, comlnK 
someday 

In the (i^M for (\n\lnii nf Ix>col ic 
In Flint. Incumbent leaflcU idenHltevl 
the rebel candidates with the flag of 
the Soviet I'nion and pictured them as 
under thf'contnd of a bnght red 
octopas" 

Tt»e Iranislrr^ aw U>r b.trKalriliij; 
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[Sns£w^Jtig^!nib to qwak tml on public 
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Tua8day.Nov8mber2e,1978' TlmeB-N6wa.TwlnF«Il8,WBhoA-7 ' 

jpw^v^ptege moves up 

Pg^lburo Monday and Itonslantln membere of tho ruIlM PffllsSooS 1 

Leonid Brezhnev, was 'made a Ml .March 1965 i-i-uwivifu^ .u., 

plenum, held In advaadebfthi-'": 
UKomclal Tass ncwj^ogcncy rc- Sigrem. SovW session SSJed.1« 

• _ - ,j alternate members to ""■^^ 

Tass said Mazurov stcppcB ■ down EdvaM Shevshlnai 
,aner u yearcin the Politburo "on hls-semtary orS^' 
request because ot his poor health." iandldatemiStraS 
Eiten In situations where a Politburo TlUionov fttsl 
member Is removed. It Is almost ,the Council o(M( 





, ;2^S3.:aB»»Sfe, 

Jf/ 'f^.%'y*^P**<''P''"'"?SSI«^.- RsponslbUlly lor an election setback 

Be... ^'^mnDtgalngtoninlnUianiiion- suUmdl^UiepaHy 

5''' SP^*"-" '"l* OUra saved as foreign minister 

'^.i.'llm^.'^fX'ilmiiaSf.^ . unta- (ormer mmo Minister Kakuel 

' ;ijgag!g£Xffl>-eilBlll«L.»Ull!«. Tmillr«,.»lMnslgoed In the lace of 

f S2^:'!L'?5..i5!¥!?.!;-?' ' cSotm umi i» used his post u> 

belOjeri.wMd resjecl Ibe outcome immolate a fortuni. OMra negoUa. 



i'TOitid.itffib'.'T^-SSmg 

.Tal(e6':Eultuda, stung by,^ 
'd^at;Ji(oiuBjr^^ln a par^^i 
'wBwtWffiSnja.'ruhol'''-*' " 
'ihgyjftOT.ltnit 
iIagS5HK^lifii^Io*'Bt5ome 
Japan'she^^tpreoUe^;:■.':•■r■^^^^■^'«^ 

was existed bi beco^ mUlteo I/Hibeed payof/ Bcandal. He 

n^T^ .« '".S^Eff?* **** resigned from the party but still' 

ference, "I, would like to.ejqiress my retains stnmg loauMCtt amUwAed. 

napectT{to:Pi*iida) for makUig the Ohkzintht&Aa^MFSaMr^ ' 

decision (to withdraw from the nmofl Uadw .paiS^nilSrhilo too wte-t- 

election). His decision reflected his -Jl^S^^SIS 2? ?*JSSV 
wish to .avoid imnecessaiy codhtslon 
IntbQpwfy." 



prime mlnlst^ when Japan's Diet 
(parliament} convenes In e^ Dt- 

cember. ' 

Ftdcuda, 73, s bureaucraC-turDed- 
poUtlclan, announced he would not 
seek rejection shortly after the final 
vote count for the party presidency 



TAKEO FUKUDA 
. . . loses out to rival 



fitRm-cd ho had lost to the 68-year>old 

Ohlra by n margin of 550,891 to 

472,523. Two Other candidates totaled 
286,875 votes. 

Presidency of the Liberal- 
Democratic Party, the largest In 
parliament, automatically carries 



Defense linkup OK'd 



-brWashlngbm, (be State Depart- 
tnoit had iw direct comment on the 
electoral defeat of Fukuda, t>ut said It 
was confident the United States would 
have the .same "cordial and 
productive" tics with Ohlra'a 
government. 

Pukuda t>ecame prime minister In 
December. 1976. succwdlng Takeo 
Mlkl v.ho Kleppcd down to take 



gettos are cil^ble for _ _ 
eiectioo, but with Fukuda's wltbdra- 
WBl, Ohlra Will be.choBen-BS-party, 
president unofqxjeed for a two-year 
,t|ain and wlU anmie Om'prfr-' 
nlehdilp. ^ - . 

The WP holds the laf«est single 
party strength of 3S3 seats In'the 
DIet'ff Sll-seat lower chambSr. The 
remaining seats are divided among 
five major opposition groqu and 
minor parties. There are it 



TOKYO (UPl) - Japan and the 
United States at{rt>cd Monday to sel 
guidelines on Joint ford's designed to 
deter enemy attacks from air and boa. , 
senior U.S. otrfdals said. 

Officials saLd the guLdctlncs spcctll- 
cally called on both countries to lay 
the groundwork for future coordinal- 
tng efforts such as joint exercises. 

"One purpose of the guidelines is to 
authorize mil I lary to- military train- 
ing." said one official who a.<ikcd not 
to be named. 

Tne officials made the remarks 
after the completion of the 17th 
meeting of Japan lT.S. Security 



Consultative Committee at the 

Foreign Ministry, 

The lu-o countries agreed to set the 
guidelines after nearly Z.5 years of 

ncKOtiatlons, 

Ofriclols taking part In the meotinc 
Included Foreign Minister Sunao 
Sonoda, U.S. Ambassador Mike 
Mansfield and Adm. Maurice F. 
Wclancr. commander In-chief of the 
US Pacific forces. 

The guidelines aim to commit the 
U S. forces to defend Jupan, a role 
America has long played tn Wrsten* 
Kuropr 



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any^ chief stjUfinds time forfishing 




Sm caieifllcal.pUuiU-(or-(^anflmkI 
. In UnOiiU Cout BUIa liitcrlera 
piltfilUy Dltli Jolm Carl DlPIaddo'j 
Imeof flaUag, but be stlil maaaees to 
coKkanawAdlot. . 

Pflnaddo Uvea on Dog RJver 
■Kar Moblls, Ala., am haa been a 
naldent of the natton'a ejeventh 
aliTOlw. 



CYAN AMIDSUPER VISOR JOHN CARL DIPLANCIDO 
... aterted a« an office Jioy In Erie, Pa. 



i Doctors 
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eN.Y.TUiM^ervlcw 
LOS ANGELES - When the 
nuUpractlco-Eniuruce crunch hit 
CalUomU two yean ago, rates Kwnd 
Iky hlgb n ovan higher than bi New 
York, wbti* premiums tor tnalprac- 
ttceloK^uoelrtoted. 
Ibeodort N. Batitbo, a Tanana, 
- CaUr.. pbgraldan who ^eclaltsea la 
otMtetrici and gyDecolaiKy, uw his 
malfNractloe premhons leap from 
•1,000 a year to UTS to ix,ooo a year 

Jn .tm. So Karlton. like nearly « 

pekoiot of Uw Datkm't other "hJgt>- 
nrit" doeton, gave hii coavcD- 
^Ueiul coverage and Joined a 
'nuUpractlet-lnaurance company 

HhhpaUeylHftdmiMra (focton am all 
the poUdee cowed nulpracUae. 
Harttoo'a premluni dropped to ttlOOO . 
eodMltunlMranvthaL • 

"TtM^a has been pbeoomcnal 
development of doctor-owned 
_ auJpractlco -tnaunace coo^wnka." 
aeoordbig to Lads J. Cam. (tepuy 
executive vice pneldent o( the 
Coaoell of Uedlcil SprrUIiy 
Socletlea. an eateulen of Uie 
^«lMa Uedlca] AModaUon tn 

"About 30 state beepltali hs^r 
iobmA ttw tnod,*' Cam utd in an 
Interview. -Nlnet**!! phyiiclen 
owned loMraao* cornpaotM hM>f 
been fonnad by Utti medical secMy 
ta the laat tme >«an. and toRB a( 
wn.havT been (ensed ouuur at 



.■ V -.T™*i"Jve a saying In the South that 
uiercr u abrprafmlohaTinuthaw 
quite as avid as a transplei^ 
Yankee and DlPladdo admits he Is no 
exception to that maxim. He fust plain 
jovM ypfajjg. which he has seen saw 
frodl a iramer smau doal, iron 
cotton port and Ashing town/^a 
cosmopolitan city of 225,000 with big 
dlveraifled manof acUfflng lntM«is. 
—DlPladdo's love o/ flshlng- began 
when be was a small lad Jtggttng fin- 
rock panflsh on the banks of Lake 
Erie at EHe, Pa. Since then he has 
fished at one time or another for 
filmoet everything eicept the giants ot 
Iheoceap. . , 

From his home (Ht'the Dog Rlv«-, he 
can get thraugb Mobile in Us 
powerboat out to the neb wbm the 
red snaf^tera and groiqm abound in 
45 minutes. 

— "The flsiUng all around Mobile la 
wonderful," be said. "We have plenty 
of freshwater bass as well as the 
saltwater varieties, and the saltwater 
flahlng has been ^utly improved 
wtUtdal reeb created by sinking old 
dilps In deep water or even by 



dumping oM automobiles at tesso- 
depths. " He said the red soappoi, the 
Gulfs most famous delicacy, are 
usually found In watri- M feet deep or . 
more. . 

Many oOTtbenxn are dlsanwlnted 
when they ordo' red snapper In a 
reetauarant w buy It In a fish market; 
it Just doesn't have the flavor and 
texture of fp«h mtflhipl tUnmrf. 



"Tijere's a way tolip Ifredjmamer 
good," DlPladdo said. "L6oMt the 
gns. If they a« stlU red, the flesh will 
be firm and flavnaom^ but if they've 
timMd wfal tlA, dODt biv the flsb." 

™» Is a prataHoad aa wdl as 
-pOTpnal -op Inl O D f tum- DiPiaddor 
Seme yeara ago Cyanamld discovered 
that fish could be better preserved by 
dipping or q)raylng them with a 
wwutlo n containing ttie antibiotic 
'crpmycln. IJiEIaddo-gottbe-MobUa 
cenunMdal fidtmnan to use It. 
•TliQr quiddy leahwd ttut tboy 
dldnt Hod any moira red snapptts 
with whitened gllU wben Uwy brought 
ln-.tbelr catches if they used 



Belgian shepbord dog caught a baby 
raccooa.and birought It home aUwe?*" 
K^e bottle fed the baby ancLlt has 
o«m with us about 16. years now.' 
Although It Is tamo- than those that 
jwt come to be-fed, It etfll wUl not 
tolerate the control and famllfarltles a 
dog or a cat will." 

' DlPladdo was p'ractlcaUy bcnn Into 
- Cyan -^" — — 



I>lPladdo not only Is an en- 
tbuslastle flabennao- but be loves 
other wUdWe. He and hlBwtfe, Marie, 
have a coloqy of around 35 raccoons 
that come to ihefryanL 

"We must b^ a hundred loaves of 
stale t»ead a month to feed them," he 
eaW. "The .raocooo Is a friendly 
bitelllgent animal and Is tolo-ant of 
people but you can't really tame him 
like ■ dog or cat. Years am our 



M. HBHtamia lu l a a ' as au ' 

office boy. ((w- Kalbflelsch Cw^. In 
Erie wh«e his, father worked. 

A>yanamld - bougli't KalbQelscb the 
next year. Young Johnny learned his - 
college chemistry. In evening 
technical adioni rimuwi in Erie and 
UUca, N.Y., whOTTwHateKTitfraii— 

' assistant managor of a Cyanamld 
casein plant. He fraveled over a lot ot . 
New York state buyhig milk curd as 

. the'rawmatCTlal tor the casein. 

Next be was sent to Benton, Ark., as ' 
wmlEB manager of 'a bauxite mlne^ 
then landed hi Mobile in 1944. . 

Under ^bis leadership, Qyanamld's ■ 
Mobile plant became the nation's 
largest supplier of what are known as 
"wet-end" dwmlcals for the pqw 
Industry. The kraft and other paper 
mills In the Gulf states wire booming. 

In the decade ftvm IHO thhwgh 
1970, he was given additional supervi- 
sion over plants in Sprlnghlll, De- 
mopolls and Cblldersburg In 
Alabama, Montlcello, Miss., De j 
EUdder, La., Geor^town, S.C., and | 
Plymouth, N.C. 



Hie compaiy has ^skedhlmio stay 
oo but at'p'feaent DlPladdo la more 
Inclined to retire next Feb'ruaiy so be 
cangetlnmcnreflshlngUme. 

He has always bisen a voy active 
chap. He had his own a&plane as well 
as a ^>eedboat wlille be was wtnUng 
In Utlca and also owned one of tboae 
classic Aubimi boat tall speedstws. U 



i w ttiM l k e pt it. It wuuld b e w iA ' tli ' t 
fortune oo the antique car marfcett 

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T^'IN KALi^S - Almo&t anything muiliTn tnnllc&l 
Kience undo U) ukp humaii llvn U *Iw «kaii*U« u> 
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Vrtrrlnanani in HMgif Vallr)- atjrr if Itur uwnrr 
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fur du^^ and many do)Cs urre underipiInK bone 
rnjlacrmrnu bcfoir' Ih* practlcr wa» o(>m to 
(luniaiu _ , 

"Hrart problcmi arr very cummon fn dop, and 
hrart lureery Is available for prti, IndudLnjt rrpair uf 
valvrt and artmea," I>r IVwinrlly uid "HcWTief, I 
doubt II \rauld tie dtnr In Tw In KaJli I trrl jl ihouIJ U 
tlooe [i> docton *»t» are acrmtonM^ lu it raCiier Ihan 
(jy lomeoor vitio milJil f».>l hup nxh a caM- t>cr 
than every vear pt t»« 



"(Jlnifer," a Sheltie o*Twd by Tom Neiwii, TVln 
Kalla t>r Stnbel and hli vriertnanan Irchnldan 
aiiliUnt. Jean Smith. MrmUwd. donnrd ilcrtllwd 
Miricical ip7»TO. caps and maaka. Identical lo lho4c 
UM>1 liy thr nirfftral Blaff ot a retular hoapllal 

The urglral tutl worM under ■ aurslcal ^xtUlKhl 
In I iimle tursrry nam Oetorr going Into the 
aun^ry drpartmmt o( thr animal ha^ltaJ. the dog 
«ai adnUntrtrrrd a trtnparary tfnt utilcti put her to 
iJcrp .■J>r » ai Ihm pUcfd on a ga»«nlttlng machine 
l(>r ooroiant anralhnOa during the iurger> Thli » ai 
i^>rT«ird tiT a wcanS aastitant. Mrlody Rrwn 

Tl-- »»f onem) with «en]e wripral rJi<hi 
lrj»:r^- «J, i.V i.*.i>ttJ Irt arxj tiw a.-.;!:-.al • (ac-e 



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Thi- (^»Ta!»ir fT*7u;rT0 *!K»jt *;i fvwf Pro! an 
Lrx'LiX') «ai (-ul alir-^ Ihr Innl nI tlir Irj T^ir 
Llerra;) «ai rx-inj Lo \t» Udr to eipLihr Ifir tuv 
Iwrwain the f 1^ TV er\«.nr nai Iher r-Jt dnr;*^ t^' 
hri^Vrrmr U ilMhr palriU h*r« in ftikcr ini.itVar«l 
^.JTIIV 1^^— j; oil ,,<;;fr(o» an! t.V li,^ aai 
;.>(T.J - :xrvir;i W.',f.;r. a Ir» - -ij-.n l.V 

1« '.'.n^-vi uiij ikif ■•.Ci'i! aj'..>".*'.i. *. ; 
IJir lef .1 RU-'ftritei'..' I t^tf ri.^r.aJ j*e 

if.t^if i*.rw ¥'ne».i U> a rr.efj. T>.ii ii a c.er.-i r 
*._-kt;i1 );r rr.v I ler^Ol A:ip fir bai.! 
!!t»;jn-/M i It.O TTi-f irfi 

*»1icr ttifJ i'liiifi wr J. Uir w.^i.: f.-i.' 



"It Just Un't logical to chargr the umc fcvs," uyi 
Dr. Donnelly, "even though tome ot our turgartaa 
may be more dllflcutt ^^Ttrn you arc operittng on a 
2CO^)ound man camparrd lo a lO-pound poodle with a 
leg bone of only a lew Inches. Iherr la more ol a 
challenge." he uld 

Speaking of unusual rrgurata from pH ownen. Dr 
.Strobel Laid, "J( )-du want ytwr dog lo be the flm on 
yTXir block with a pild Inlay, it can be done U your 
doft or rat \otn an In a right vilth thr prt orit 
dow. a Kl«M rjT ra-i prov ided for appcrance only, 
o^mne " 

tloth I>r Jarikcxi ar>l I>r DorwIIy uy It Is no( 
a-xximrrwr lu frfrvTif an wgan tn-auve of tnjur^' or 
Ulnet* lt{\m Ihp t<»lren. vnr kkdne) or even one king 
ran tw rrnvn-ed ar*J t.»*p ar.lmal nwitinup a fairly 
tuimval llle 

^ rtrnr.artan> tTijtt aImli dral Mllii lh>n>k] pn> 
tirm» anrmii. c anrrr ar»J \rrf frT»fjrm)> leukemia 
IU;aKl lrana.'uu:ni arr fim >rmi rwdnJ and Lkud 
Tirri mr iiMrr-Ti irt -iv '.r tv LifwiiBflntan** 

at t.'Kitir pfvi lir-^ ?ij.~.a- iu.n^ ir-.*i 
Ut Uaoam uij iim luti u sml^al ctn U >utl 
(tf thr eijwTO* i-. [«i (■■nm,*.^;' Ihrxr Caji. 
OaTi^ a i*i It lKf\er.v^ a I'M* M Ihr 

L-vrTTAMij tXMi Kil 4:4 ];K>] Nf Ukd 

[ f Mamrfv lAii hr t^i fK<j^«r: a \tmS Ha (h* 
Ira jtut itict U' tT.XJn 'ftt*.! K Ira >rart a^ the 

t;*r ITi.ttN (KfUia.* fir uid h» 9«ti 



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ti^ llonnlr Haltd Jonr» 




*-«Tln»»Nt«,Ti«inf«l*lil«lio • Tutiilty, NpwiibiraHTS 




MOM' program explained : 

BALTIMORE A'j^xisram Ursend noraaa the U& and arouod Uw titorid 
Christmas -cards and betters to taletmUltazypeopIekhowAm^leaiis 
servicemen around the world, do core about them. Those having 
"Mllltai7 Overseas Mall," (MOM) friends or relatives in the service wtio 
requesting participation by' woulf] appreciate mai] at Christmas 
An^cans' for the iqicomlng holiday may also send in their name and 
season. - •'"oditos, aiid MOM will sec that mall 

Cards and letters are distributed teteottotbem. 



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Pmrafshisw 



™» 1^ Mil by Roo Lone of 

tttfnooMm, took on ucl a bdt >m lul 
• coovM*. It m inrt of tbo 17th ■mil NaUoud IM Rod, 



Vao and Ciatom Car Show iKid ncently In the Now York 




DearAbby 



Tiev.' wctfits no reverence 



By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN 
n,..^£^*'*''«^''.Y,N«WiSjlld.Iiic. 
^.Z^..^^'- ■» • ftom 000 who ilme< 

j.^'S;.""*™"^" I" "o' • UUe lUe "Doctor" a 
..- ••VMM" cr ••rum." II U ao adlecUve ddolpUn ol 
'CUiactor— nctanotllco. 

no World Abaaaae puU It Ihli way: -A dcnymui 
IBOUH DOW bo nfttnd to u "a Reverend. " or addraned 
■ aa"R«WMndBlank." -—^cu 

"RevinDd"rimildbeuMdonlyaa"Hononble"laiaod. 
n li 'Tie Rovmod Ur. Elan." or "The Revoiend Dr.' 
Blank," but now "Rovttwd BlaniL" 

aSSJ.^Sf''.'^^?!!!! • ""^ra" «• "Rowond 
Aoybody." It'a ilnply not done. 

TOUR FAITOFUL FAN IN LA, 
BCARTAiniFVl.: Tn whacka te no wllh a ilaek o< 

~nan la • cactabi hUow 
Who makio DO not 10 bunt. 
BiaowetfkloballDowtim 
"BAkRowadBMI' 
IlliiiMip iiiatilmlijiini 

■ iWbllOIBOgHylalMHkaOOBIOwtlh, 



Health 



'TUi 11 Revennd Hunt. ' 
Ai Just a ootmnOQ 'Milter' 
I'd ocknowMge him to dunt ; 
Bui I woldd like topunch Iho man 
' VhoeiUano'ReWcndHtnt.' " 

DEAR ABBY: I work In a mall order home, and mold 
you bell«ve mat about 10 pereent ol the people who place 
•n order Kod u caih - and (octet to lend Ibeir names am 
addreoiesl 

Wo have no Idea who thty are or where they Ifvc. We 
oouUlustay. All we can cloUwillunluUic>wriie again. 
rompl al n l n g that they have not received their onler. then 
wocanimiL 

l>loaiopi1nllbli.ttmayhelp. 

FRl;5TRATED IN CHItTACO 

DEARniUSTRATED: Move over I, too. em dlitresatd 
when « despvale fMder writes with in urgeot and aeitous 
prohkm, but otdoda to send hto addreas. ntud said. 
11>isaarsnoacddsila."Ir 



CQNFIDEimAL TO B.B.: 
bofar«ltsays0DoAyt. 



Money lalka Saw some 



PrahlansT You'U fed better U you get mam o« your 
GboiLrv^sncBd raply write to 




Obstructed leg artery causes concern 



. krUWRENCCUUl.MO 

I a Bale. M. md hni oem toM 
tta< I have ao ctamictloa In my 
taeni anary I )ut had • unoutfi 
Pkiakal IB the hoivaal. My phyucal 
tmOOat b anl I kM a dKkiv 
WH i«yboea»»e<tiactpaaiaodp«a 
l>a>t«oMlec««anklw 

My deo or laid I ma; iM an 
op oi l tbw hr the oCatncXM ta ttw 
artary. nm be aud I ttaid Utf 
SBsklni lor one Boana aid bt 
Ml^d chad ae sfato lie tatf no 



bloiia scUed while >ftl hate oasillcal 



San pracsdurrs irs usually rt 
pcDBtw, OH tMcause of tfw docttr'i 
Hlla so much, tai Ucaiac ol Ite 
hospital cats, at opnatlna re™ 
nosu aod all the odwr lliu« 
siani 10 nil IV itir cost o( medical 



s<ayhoer7aD>itx« 

I h«™ Unad se«aa( Mj 7jr> 
Hen 11* »ah na i* iciivrt a 
ft* type el i^erauae aaid « ai br ee; 
(he WwiS ateu oat isKa^* 1 ■» 
•■Sag 10 rvUra tfAtai 'Jmt •■j: nta 
have OMOral laKrwKv a ;uiSt ; a 
he bAar le hate fija uare ct.-v cc aa 



Fhit, htB tha erxeiae.i; a. kkm.,^ 
r«*ni, 1 MaAl bopt tt.a: .fii. 
b* SOS* U faaiv y»jc sij^itik ;e\> 

Contributions 
requested 

KAMTK ^^Ri^.'libaCttMi if :.rM 
Hd pa* t:r rmj^nnU M \m".^n 



Il1af< » i |MT«cB **ti .-St I.: 

Mt> Kim; IMwf ^;Hr-,t. MTUnlUiit 

Ahi fcMU ^afc-.M ;ti>wi-* ;r» 
MM. ne ;«^Dr It ••^n; |— I 



In otMtnrtioo Uw wnn lo ihf 
taff and I «tuMvArudtj apfroi* ^ 
jw doctofi tnuuran Uu4 jxmj t^ip 
U fl mM 4:ki rritevf Kvnr U t.»w 
prtttHM that )«i ha»Y m fA.* m 
ftmiatloils thrift ti ctnnm: 

■XV Faij ftad cfKMLmii 

%H nMKC 1 ftS wnl_-j >-i. 

llMRh Uttn 

fJ^tn rMdtn ate «ia 

<■■»= Mid M neci » 1 iii-^ 
fe'tTii;i(it J;r 
e iratf }•» rrqjfv li car i.- r «jt 

T>» p««jr 'Jiaji Lki It t-^^jJ 



and kg »*»m waliont waj pJWjr ;> 
irotn inBi)r(;u<tr firTui«lk«i fn t.*-.Al 
arp« n >'Mj rutr « Iuc»!iicJ t^nlRji.- 
tko In Ihr mrr?. * t;> p*u tf«-fa!r«: 
tionmhrtpful 
The wirt*iar pyti n ■ nm iir-'-.*«-:.c 

tKO and rtTapUn twitw 1.V ttnlr^: 
turn -nia drtoun ihr *r«r*J !.'* 
otiitructed am Ir. it'..* ■ a • 



eimilatwn ii irr.;(.'\ i H lv hip ukI 
Iciiam 

OtnkXBl), (or surtl an cprratiun tu 
wcmtAil )w tui%r (o ru%f a 
UrjJiird (tetrurtMn In tX^rT »onl*, 

Uir. K thr *nrr> i» aUj a^C.wJ all IV 
»a> imr. to t.V f«<. t.Vrr U not 
r.jcti tfi|KrtURit« to pu: Ln a drtoir 



AKUITHUA(.M.H 
bOftCampuaDrU*. T»1nf atlt 





Scho/arships 
nou; available 



POCATELtaO — 1\(fo JSOO scholar- 
ships will be offered lo Idaho Slate 
University students from the 
Morgarvl Cobb Allshle Trust, Inc., ot 
Boise, recently uuwunced Richard 
W. Miner, aiaoclate dean of student 
affairs at ISU. 

ARdlcatlOBs for the annua] sdlo)a^ 
ships, named the Calvin C. and 
Fannie Cobb Srhotanhlps. are 
available from the Student AffaJn 
orriee located In Room 3M of the 
Hyposlyle. Deadline (or conflicted 
appllcaUofis to be returned lo that 
of(k«tiftp.m. Friday, Dee. 8. 

To be dlglble (or the ichcdarthlpa, 
students must be bona (Idc Idaho 
reotdenta floroUed as undcrgraduatM 
tn acadeflUc programs, cninia (or 
telectlooofwlnnentncludrsdiolaitlc 
achicwmeet. M'orthinns and tUian- 
clal aid. ISU Plnandal Aid and 
Scholarship CoounKtee will diooae 
Utetwouinners. 

Tht scholanhlp tvnda wiu be 
dlabuned at the br^nnlnn of the 
■prUm iwnmlfr In January 1979 



■ ^ 

HAVE A COMPIETE DEAIONSTHATION IN YOUIt .'. 
HOME OH IN OUR SHOP. 
ASK ABOUT OUII "SPECIAL DEAL " 

^SfAtES— SERVICE— LESSONS 'f- 

Sewing Center ^ 

FaliricSI»p ^ 

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Whan ihoM coU tvM. an raartns Mitilda-a Vaine 

Sawing Machlna ikUl htap iMnst humming InaJda. 
VlUng H UbulMaJy Rnlbla. 5a II lakM naailv anvihJng 
In fiHda. F'Dm ivnad taathai* t« dallcaia Kkoii. Fram 
■klitt to inlni. Fiam luwal* lo lanu. 
Till* Chiltimat. aiv« hai I V&Inf IMt ni/iai^ 
And lal ha. hw Ui hai ia» (□) Vit\lNO 



ilWOYES 

1% Blocks OH Sh^sKn* St. last 




THE SAVING PLACE 



Our Personality 
Portrait lockage 






PocJ«>o<? Indudos: 
1-8x10 

3- 5x71 
l5-Woteu 

4- Colo< Pcxvoii Ommi 

T>>e pe<^<^a Cdw Pot/q : 
Pry^iogo fey the on'jt? 
fomjy o! o lopef Kmoft 
pAo?. one) in o vtjnory ol 
poici ond bodi^fOi^'yJi 
Of» liiung pof u^joci 
Ho obdiiorioi ctx>r^ f(>- 
groupi PtiJiieiCTjrieatK- 
oon Soaritxaon o^xyyl w 
(Jcpoa tf**!'!*!^ i**jrt*xi 



THltl OITI WIT 

IMS wte tnuaii im hi 

ii/n r n ii/M ij'i tn 

UUf llea-4>K 
laitias« trrt t uaiua 
T — ' irs I • Tate laDs 




n)ii®g(S(Q)[p(g ' 

J^bras' ideas pax; off . 

OENEItAt TENDENCIES: A/inod time to plnn ways ' 
bj .hhlch you con" put inViotion your most talented ex- 
prwaian. whether in relotLn-to vocation plina or in per- 
(Kinil pleasures. Be on thcVlerffor putiinR them in effect 
soon. \ 

ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr.Jjp) You net flnc'ideo now how 
to use more advanced methods so thai you can become 
mgns successful in the future. Some spccini Iho'u'dht for n- 
ipved one brings good rcaulu. Uu wisur to Ihe-woyn of- 
otKcra. 

. TAUltUSIApr. 20toN' 



-TMfl.'ulay-NQYflmJinia..lfl7a- 



H0[} NEVER HAVE ANV 
SELF-00UBT5,PO^? 



one, who can be of Qssistjincc to you in a new venture you 
havr started. Show appreciation for any associates you 
-may have. Try not to mukfr^m 

GEMiNMMoy 21 to June 21r-Jt>nuhavea health pro- 
blem, take core of ItipropiTly nowTuood day'to show more ' 
devotion to tovBTonc. Do nothing llioi could jeopardize 

ipuj reputnlion _ < 

^ MOON CHILDKEN (June 22 to July 211 Finish a pro- 
ject you have and bring it into the public eye. IJoi 
to liuy 0 thoughtful 'gilt for a loved one. 
.'..LEO (July 22 to Aug, 2I| Doing .lomething unusual that 
will make those who live with you happier, is wise n 
You understand how to hove mure success wil 
terost you have.-Think alonR very practical lin 
, VIHCJO (Aug. 22 to SipL, 22) Take lime out to contact 
As-jociotfs who hove new pinns to t<ilk over with you. 
Ulter gel into favorite hobbies with friends. Avoid one 

e and could make you feel unhappy. 
^ CtiHiA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 221 Vou are alile to improve 
, your financial slalUN now twcauiie you have good, prae- 
tlcat Ideas. Kormulutco plan rnrty and then follow 
through. 

-_SC0III>I0 (Oct; 2:J 10 Nov, lill You h;iv.- an opportunity 
to do something unusual and imporumt. even though ii 
may'nnt necm so at the time ytiu nrc doing it. Be with 
taleaied individualn and h'avt' fascinating talks. 

SA(;iTrAlllUS(Nov •:2tn Dec 211 If you spend some 
tinw in quiet mi-dilatiiin, you have fine intuitive promp- 
Ungi. Then you know Iwiler hiiw In handle important 
liin Iters. 

, :C^PItlC0RN II>.-c, n to Jan 2(]| If yiiu li«en to what 
unusual people hove to \ay. you can utilize ideas pro- 
fitably. He with 0 small gruup of mdivulunli in the even- 
ing for iiociability. 

AQlIAitlUS (Jan. 21 Co Feh I'JJ M.-nl day Ut add to 
ypur prestige in Lhe outnidc world and to gain benefits in 
company of bigwi^<i. You can do much to eipand in your 
arMr. loo. Work up a grfflicr enthuiia'^rn for whatever 
you do 

: HISCKH (Keb 'JO to ,Mar 20) Vou hove several avenues 
through whirh you ran nilvaiu'e and griiH , so pick the Iwsl 
of thnr early and fu]lo» lhr<>u>;li ll<- 1 orrful iif those who 
•IV in weird priifi-^Mnn- 

"IF VOUH CUM, I) IS mtltS TOK \t . he of i.he will 
rtavr min.v lairnf an>l_ 'houlil Ihrtelurr hive a fine, 
varied rpurir of iilucalnlti li> Mjuiji (ur ,i niusi sun ei^ful 
lift. Ihr field of u-u-inh will trrt likt is W up|)ernwjM 
Ur* Teach (o U' bMHtdtmrM--^!. M)»'r»tM, ,i .illdtmm.vh 
Oie potential lierr 




^Witchdoctors' power : 
is a rr\atter of logic, 
which . is only natural 

ExceetUagly devtr. the African wlich doctor. Tndltioa- 
•nyi fall Ok h« been ctlled Into trlbil criminil one*. Sty . 
rix men art tuspccti. No evidence definllely prove* tny one 
:|nSty-..Thc..witch. doctor dinctt-eKh 'to-eit ■ btadhit-of— 
(nin. He then points to the guilty man and utten the ap- 
propiiale condemoition. Time and again, lubMquent proof, : 
tumt up to show the witch doctor wn ri|^t. How did-be-^- 
know? T?ie guilty man wu the more Kved. Tint blocked 
. therTeeQowofiaIhi.HehidjhfimQUdIfnculty.mDa«lii|._ 

As you brtak out the nke, you probtbly won't be iw- 
ptiicd to hear thit the avenge tree, If lueh thcrt be. hai an 
'■^^"'■trrilSiOWIfiTn, 



Four cenjuriei ago In England, a good-looking woman 
wu referred to u a "broad.** 

English b the only language that capitallici the tint 
penon dngular "I." 

THE DAKOTAS 

Q. "Which of these two slates wu Emitted to the Union 
Gnt, North Dakota or South DakoU?" 

A. Nobody will ever know. When the offidal papcn 
wen signed to make them the 39th and 40th lUtet, the 
name* were eoveied during the signing 'and then the papcn^' 
were shuffled to conceal which w«s fliri. 

Q. "Why is the Rotary Oub so ealledr 
A. They originally routed their mctdnp from home to 
home of the memben. 

Quick, Where's Patagonia? Don't remcraba? Wdl, It^ 
fa) South America. And the avenge man there is the-tallcst 
arerage man In the wodd. : * ; 

CARBO t • ; 

Fint movie star to shave off her eyebrowt com^llEtdy 
and dnw in new eyebrows where she wanted tbein wm 
none other than the great Greta Gait^. 



Talking to your plants is Just fine, that yoy kn'ow* Bnt 
don't put a bowl of ippleS Deir them. Applet product 
odoricfl pi that agca plants in a ml^ry twtA mtnaar. . 

Tic CenenI Aecounttng OfHcc of the Fidcnl ComB* ~ 
ment recently put out a report on the status of nctrte coo- , 
Tcnloa In this country. It ii fonv centlfflttcn thlck.^ 

The houK in firidgehampton, N.Y., wbcrtin IM ibe ' 
late American writer James Jonei had a aamt, teo:<b«teMi ^ 
Spud It's Bcxt to potato Qcl6. 






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.M2Tlma»-Now8, Twin Falla, tdahp Tuaadiy, NovombflrZB, 1978 



WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sales of 
;nioto'rIxed bicycles — mopieiJs — are 
nMomlhg, and the government has 
decided -they need to be r^ated 
!moVe closely,- 

: SpecUlcaUy, the National Highway 
iTrarnc Sal^ AdmlolstrattOD has 

published a"sdt 'of recotnmeiKled' 
. regulations which It thinlu states 
' ' should adopt to take'care of problems 

ransfhg from Insurante to q>erato'rs 

perinlts. 



Tlw rules at (his polat are only 
.suggestions. The states can still do 
what ttuy want. But NHTSA' said It 
believes something should be done 
because by the end of this year there 
will be a hall-mOUon mopeds on iho 
road, 10 times nunc' than th^ were 
tmoee yean ago. • • , 



And by the middle of the next 
decade some experts have 



vehicles sputtering -ai^und the 
wuntry. - - . 

In 1 t 8 reccmmendatlons NHTSA 
suggests: 

■ —Moped operators should have the 
aapie Insurance and liBblllty 
requirements that the i:perators of 
other vehicles have. -Cuitently, 
acCOTdIng to the Insunmce Institute 
tor Highway Sitie^, only foin- states 



lositranca 

■ — 'Moped drfvors should .have 
opmtOTS licenses and meet the same 
age and test requirements as other 
di1yciB..In fOtn- states do license Is- 
ctnrently required, and two states 
allow 12 and 13-yeaj>olds to operate 
tbedevioes. 



Passengers should not be allowed 

- - „ ._^.„_, ^. , on mopeds unless they are designed 

thca^ .wUl be five million of Jhe^^h^ulte. moped .oi>iiwrt«H>^4<^^ 





Call the Times-News Action Line at 733-0331 between 9 
a.m. and Sp,m. Mondty through Frldt^, or write: Actbm 
Line, Times-News, BoxS48. TwtnFaHs, ID83301. 



Wheat men 
pohdenng 
own cart^ 



'CapUvejaudiehce^finds prices higher 



Ttut flrst thing docbuv teU me and the 60 mllll&n othv 
Amolcans with high blood preesure or heart trouble Is, 
"Stop eating salt" You probably don't realize how hahl It 
Is to And uttsalted food. When we can find a few items 
'^thout salt, these foods cost two or more times as mudi as 
the salted kind. I am enclosing two Campbell's map labels 
to prove my point Both cans sell for the same price, but 
the regular sb'le nukes neoriy three times as mivb soq) 
a the \1mi sodlom" kind. If the fbod inroeesson vould 
-stop discriminating against us. you would think thqy could 
. make millions more, but the way It Is now is the biggest 
rtp^ff In this DKttoB. Please &y to help — I've even wHUen 
to Ftesldenl Cirttf. — Buhl reader. 

.' An too often the price of a inbduct has nothing to do \nth 
the actual cost of manufacturing but Is set strictly on the 
basis of maximum profit return. To some extent, you ore a 
member of a "captive audience" forced to pay almost any 
price for unsolted fMMis.'And competing food companies 
-can agree to keep those prices high without breaking any 

, 'laws. 

, . Campbell's public relatloos division claims their low- 
; nodlum products cost more because they have developed 
* QSCiil recipes idling special Ingredients which have lo be 

awckedcarefully for their sodium content. Sodium Is what 
. makes salt a health hazard, and it con occur naturally In 

' other compouDds. 

- •Apptnntly the demand (or lew sodium foods is not so 

star all, and Campbell's says this means It costs 
tbem moce to distribute these foods. Smaller cans, 
ckHbentely deslewd lOr ooe serving, also Increase the 
■Kbor Involved la shipping and handUag. they say. The 
ooop^rwIU be seodlng you more Infttrmatlon. Including 

- Pnhapa the problem of demand bolls down to a lack of 
pUbUc aworcoesi. Everything from buttermilk to ttboco 
sauce has salt In It these days because most of ta ore 
booked OD a Osvor that wu once just incidental lo the 
.naesnary um of salt as a preservative. 

Of eoutae we all need some sol t, and there ore certainly 
wane addUlves. Those of us who don' t yet have high blood 
prsaitM could easily reduce our chances of getting it by 
redndog our toll inUks now, if It wasn't to difficult lo rtnd 
-msahed foods- But Ih« preventive medicine Is un- 
Afflortcan anyway — there's no money In it 

Stviral uvalled foods can be found at most grocery 
stores but simply require some careful looking or s 
qiMtlOQ lo a sala derk. Unsolled butler, tor Instance, li 
often kept in the from) toodi lecUon 



.. tbc. knife riuipeoBCJhal.blimU 

peO[il^s<taatretoonlcr anything t>y mall: Actkxi IJnr hu 
racetved another comploloi about nocHleUvcr)' of thu 
gadfst aS«r a wall of three months from eftc^k 
eaaeaaaUsa. The ntKtbcr lor Action MarkcUi«. the Rhode 
bland ttimaang nrm. hu been dlsceonedad KSL 
rslailikii statfcM in San Lake city, whicb has admtliMl 
(be pnduet, prealscs lo lean on Action Uartetiog lome 
nere, If they coo gK in touch. If the lUttae raa'i get the 
r to you. Ihry protniv a rrfund lo an>w »t» 



.ordered one as a result of their ad. KSL already has 
malling«ldresBes Ibr Mr.& Mrs. Williams and Kfr.A Mrs. 
PDole. Hang In there. 



Before I pick \xp my new Montgomery Ward catalog at 
(he Twin Falls office, someone always removes the ordo- 
blanks, envelopes, and postage chart. Sime tte catalog Is 
seat to me through that offlce, I feel these things oie my 
property. I have asked for tbem and been refused. — Mrs. 
Webster, Klmberiy. 

Roger Marsh, owner of the MW franchise here, ts an 
Independent agent. He says he routinely removes the Items 
you menttoned because it Is faster and cheaper to order 
something through his business. Also, postage rates often 
ch8ngebctweencatalogs,hcpointsout. \A i. \ 

Give Mr. Marsh a call If you stlU prefer to order throu^ i vletdl pnC6S 
the mall : he soys he can send you all the right fbrms. Your 
purchase will then orrlve at the Klmberiy Post Office 
Instead of Mr. Marsh's store. 



RITZVIUf, Wash. (UPI) - BUI 
Zagelow, ivesldent of the Wadilngton 
Association of Wheat Grow^ says a 
u4ieat carid similar to the OPEC 
arrangement has been receiving a lot 
of attention by formcis lately. 

Zagelow sold fannos are In- 
tmsted In the possibility because 
they have been cxp^enclng low 
prices In' comparison to escalating 
costs ova- the last coiqileof years. 

"Parmers bi the U.S.. Canada, and 
Australia can pobtl out forcefully that 
their cotmtries aie the bread basket of 
the winld. And that «S wheat will buy 
twlceasmucfaoUas$2.50 wheat." 

Zagelow said tfiat despite the 
attraction to a cartel arrangement, 
several (d)Stadea remain between the 
concept and reality. _ 

For starters, he questioned whether 
the V.S. govenunent u-ould gq^ along 
with sticb an arrangement. 

Zagelow said another big question Is 
whether the countries Involved can 
cooperate enough to achieve a pricing 
arrangement. 



~ Moped opoators shiMild .t>e 
reqidraitowearsafc^helmets. . 

— Mopeds should not be pexmltted 
on freeways or otbor roads with high 
speed- limits.. This suggestions arises 
because mopeds have a top speed of 
only30mph.' 

The U.S. Office of Consumer Affairs 
says it supports the proposals. 

In comments flled with NHTSA, it 
said, "By 19B5 th a e could be as ma 
0 aeatns, :&iOoo serious iniuri 
and 60,000 slight injinies annually in 
the United States as a result of raoped 
accidents." 

The office 'drew those statistics 
bom the pmjedlons of future mgped 

use Bg,yf U im riwtlh iitifl fi^ trry flgfi^lt' 
from West Gomany, w4iaetbexe are 

' 1.5 million of (he machines in use. _ 
— "TT t e dv lden co p oi nt s t o-o-potenH— 

ally serious moped safety problem for 

U.S. consimicrs," It added. 
The Moped Association of America. 

Idaho investments 
total $1.5 million 

BOISE (UPI) -Atotal of $1,578,000 
has been Invested In Idaho real estate 
loans during the first 10 months of the 
year by Prudential Insurance Co. 

Robert S. Walts, Pacific Northwest 
gendral manager for the company's 
real e^le investment department, 
salff»i;078,000'6f the'IoQI weSnoT 
city loons and 1500,000 for farm loans. 

The firm distributed loeuis adding to 
^333.6 million In 13 Weston states 
during the 10-month p^od. Walts 
said. 



wMcb represots the manufBcrtnys,"" 
has- mixed - feelings about ;Si0;f'^ 
posal; but hi substance It thinks the ' 
whole tUng Is prematiare. 

It agrees with pnrtloosef llHTSA's 
proposal which call . tor separate 
acddeqt records to be. ki^t for , 
mopeds, tor all frafflc luteio be 
enforced for the machines, and that 
sgiuate lanes should be est^}UBhed 

"What we dlsa^ee on ts'^'the 
app'roadi of ptdtlng somethUig 6& at 
this tlme,*'^- a spokesman ' liiid. 
"TUrty-nine states now have etiil£ted * 
moped loiws cov^ing 90 perc^ 9Cthe 
Goon&y'a population. NHTSA' Is 
prapodag -regdiattons wlthouit- -re- 
Uiretxe to anytMng the states' Ksve 
done." ■ ' 

Spetjfimiiy wa m BccifltKM'Opiectfl — 
to pcolions of the proposed recomme- 
ndations covering Insm-once, licens- 
ing, reglatratlon and hdmets.'"" ■ 



Produce 




Silver &G0I1I::; 
Investments 

Knigerands90%' 
Silver Coins J 
Sliver Bars' 



Quiet Anonymous - ' 
Transactiops 

Idaho 

Coin GalleriesH: 

111 Honk ttotbont rh.7n49»f^ 



Albcrumi'i keqx hot dogs, mlU. and urouiid bMl oa 
tlKlr dxlvei evai alur the "idl before" d>lc lumped oa 
the pKkiflni. I have alraaay bRMght thli lo Uie •UenUon' 
el the maufemoU, but Ihey keep dolni 11. - lUcfcey 
Ceritai.TwtnFalli. 

Unlorlunalely Idaho docs not have a code dating law, to 
Ihla practice la not Illegal. 01 courac there la alwayi the 
poaalblllty ol a lawsuit against the store If an outdated lood 
maka you aerlously ill, but 11 li a lot saler to ktip a eloae 
eyeoothedateaevery time you shop. The dates are there 
for the ooovenleace of both you and store peraoonel. . 

AlUwigli AlbertMo'i policy la (o diapoae ol all looda 
before their expiration date, a quick check Ikiough the 
Twin Falla store Nov. M turrjed tq) outdated mUk, cotujte 
cheese, and hot dogs. The preaervaUves In hot d09 give 
them an Incredibly long ahdf life, but the outdated 
package that day was marked »1lh an October aalc 
deadline. 



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I have an "Oftller" carpel cleaner that uaesa powder 
rm 001 o( powder, bu my leltei, u the mamuacturer ha ve 
been mixned. Howcan I order more? - Mrs Meyeriion, 
Eden. 

The manufacturer. .National House* arw. Inc seems to 
have vanished without a tface, but Wllloo Uates Apiillance 
Store In Twin Falls (73}4m) sells another brand of 
powder that sounds like a good substitute. 



World gold 

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UoriAif mint »• 'VMl SD 

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rvpOfU ol Mula uMy problrms AtxJ (jtjnlkns ^xii mrjklJ 

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PREVIEW MEETING 
DALE CARKElilE COURSE 




• DATE: THURSDAVf NOVEMBER 30 

• TIME: 7:57 P.M. 

• PLACE: TWIN FALLS HIGH SCHOOL 





Stocks advance on late rcJly 



ffljtyf Y O RK {U P lj n iuji uii.i« .k .w ^- 

SwfJC^Exiaxange Monday thanks to a nertod 
lalg rally and Bome favorable rept^ 



about tbe ecooomy. 

trading was OMXlerate. 

the J>ow Jones Industrial average, 
up ;Katly..tbree. points at tbe outset 
and on about two late, was ahead 3^ 
to""8i3.40 shortly before the NYSE 
closed. Ttx Dow gained 12,34 points 
lai[t„weck. Including 3.12 points Frl- 

Advances led declines, by about a 
2-to-l riiarglD among tlie 1,830 issues 
amlng tbe composite tape at 4 p.m. 

EST. , — . ri^r 

NYSE tiffnover antounted to about 
19,800,000 shares, up -from' tbe 
14,590,000 &aded Friday, the slowest 
session In mov than four months. 

FMccs were hlgh«- bi moderate 
trading of American Stock Exdiange 
Issues. 

Analysts aai d Investors apparently 

war<nafi^nied ■ over' Itw Fedem 
Reserve's tightening Friday even 



Most of the nation's .banks have 
raised their prime lending rate one- 
half point' to 11% not for from the all- 
time high of 12 percent set in 1974. 
Many otsovns believe the rates will 
gohlgber. 

Hie oedlt tightening and higher 
Interest rates tielped ttie dollar Im- 
prove' on most foreign exdiangcs 
early Monday, but tbe currency 
fbilsbed tbe day mixed. The gxeea- 
back's recovery has played a large 
role In the maritet's recent revival. 

President Carter predicted the 
economy would make "sustained 
module ^owth" in 1979. He also 
tidd the NatloDBl League of.CUlcs his 
ISOO budget would put severe limits on 
federal programs for cities and 
"dlsanwlnt those who do not take 
InHaUon seriously." 
Jhe-Intanatlonal. Energy Agency- 



year ago, but was little changed from 
the serand quarter. 

Meamrtille, Industry sources said 
machine-tool ' orders soared in 
October de^lte a sharp rise in 
interest rates. The Federal Home 
Loan Bank Board reported savings 
bicreased 53 percent In October: 

Gambling stocks attracted atten- 
tion. Among them were Caesar's 
World, Bally Manufacturing. Ramada 
Inns and Harirah's. 

Gulf States UtIllUcs was aiitlve 
because of a blade trade 'of 125,000 
shares at 12. 

Treasury notes 



Allergan Fliarinaceutlcal, - a big 
winno- last week, was higher at one 
polnL The firm was subject of a 
favorable report last week by a major 
brokw-age. 

SPS Technologies won support. The 
firm was mentioned favorably In 
Barron's, the weekly financial 
newspaper. 

On the Amex, Gulfstream Land & 
Develt^ment was higher most of the 
day after the firm -reported Its 
foiMh-quarter earnings soared to 34 
cents a share from 7 cents a year ago. 



Tuofldoy, Novambor 28, 1978 Tlmes-Nowa, Twinf alia, Idaho A-ja 



Closing cojnmodity futures 



Month Commodity 
May Maine potatoes 
Dec. live cattle 
Feb. llvecatUe 
Jan. feeder cattle 
Dec. live hogs 
Dec. wheat 
_Dec 



Prev 
Close 

6.54 
58.10 
59.12 
75.00. 
53.50 

3.75 



High 

6.62 
58.17 
S9.40 
75.10 
53.37 
3J5 
— 2:29'4- 



Low 
6.43 
57.35 
S8.4S. 
74.80 
52.85 
3.69 
— *27- 



Ckse 
P.M. 

6.59 
57.85 
:69,35 
75.10 
53.32 
3.70^ 
2. 27W- 



Dec. silver 6.1280 6.0850 6.0310 -^ 6.O410 

Dec. gold 201.40 198.90 196.40 196.70' ' 

Mar. sugar 8.66 a.57 , 8.37 8.37 

Mar. soybeans ■ 0.97W 6.92 . ~^3i 6.85^^ 

Quotations from Sinclair, Inc. 



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HU im Nov 

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reported Monday thlrd<iuarter U.S. l^lm^^r 
oil consumption rose 3 percent from a ^ 



His 

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99.11 9R,H.,.. 9.00 SV;>I 1979 

99.00 I9.ai+.in 9.41 nui979 

99.01 9a.0S-.ai 9.SI 7Wi 1979 

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97JS 97.19+.0I 9.73 TUl ISBO 



nJ3 M.37-.01 9.90 
9IJ1_17.IX4^1 9.90 

97.11 97.IT .... B.73 

>7J« 9TX+m B.73 

07.11 97.10+ .01 B.7I 

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POTTTJJND. Ore. (UPJ) (USOAJ -cjlllo «nil OMAIIA (Un)-U¥wtock: 
HMMUyS.DO higher, 1-] Bn-OQ lt> WJMOnklMM 

..^"^<^ cc*'* uUlllycammenU] %* »J0- uneven MPdghU W.OHOjwm 
*i7s. l^nMnMutten Sl».3T,W. liiSli 14 IMO- — 

Valley grain 

TWIN FALLS - Soft while wh»l. S.OS bu.; 
•^JwiM il^cwt; barley, 3J0: mUea (rilm, 

wtieat prtec*' are Blvco dillv by the ■Btin 
Orowen Wknhauie AitBeUllon we., ind Kybeu 
v^x* It Elvtq dally by Curtli k Ce„M Burley, 
Other enln pricei art u ivenn ol wvefU 

Denver apples 

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inUonti, iteady to » blAer: 40C 
hisiwr, IdiUdCc* 90 higher: •< 
Kcady to 23 tower; SMiStb \\S 
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bdfer* active under i 
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1119- im lb U: 

SS, occMlofiilly UJd 
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3)Ue« BSO-iOM lb sro(MU3: muity Kid can- 
nwrcUl cowi ajMl.CQ, rw 4)j»4LQD; eS&s 
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hlita-r lUuiMcr rrei levn; U? Mod dioico 
linGi •Ddpnip* IM lb tteni wtih No i mIu 
•latwhter tinSi ll.OO; lev Ma wmled 90-101 lb 
st.wa.n. 

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DENVER (UFI) - PoUto 
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■ 00: 10 tb. caftm f^ota l.so 

Today's stocks 

By Unllod PpM InUnMIWl 
CapyiW im 
HonUy. Nv>. n. 1971 



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j^^^aday'i eatlmated ncvlpti: CatUt Si bofi 

Valley beans 

Gnat NottlMm: I dealer at ll.OO; I daalar at 
14.10; 17 CMkn at lin, Md l dealer ofT lt» 

Ptntca: U daalen at It.W: 7 dealer* at 14.00. and 
IdealaronUMinaltaL 

Small HaIb: II daalen at li 00; 1 daalen al 
IS 00 : 1 daalen on the roartat. 

Idaho Pti^; I daalar at 11 00, II daalen al 

.;?H'i^riu,'?!ar.'3JBSi». 

^n2nlSlaa^l%alar al IT.OC : I da4lw at U OO. 
Idaho bean lai and Moral! ebariM. 

LEGAL NOTICE 
NOT1CI or RMOiunoN or mtsTuJTrb 

CAEATE LOCAL UmOVEMKNT OttmCT 
HO. 1 K>n TMf Vtm FALL* l~" 



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BoiTlcT, a Frenchman who resembles 
the actor. Jean Ga'bin, Is the pn>- 
Uigonist In a David and Goliath batUe 
In the car rental indugtpy.- 
~ SlJver-halred and heavy-set with 
. dar k eyea sparkling. Barrier did not 



appear to be' acting whwi ho told a 
reporter he thoroughly enjoys his role 
as David with hlaAJaxrent-a-car firm 
battling for a share ot the market 
against the conglomerate-owned 
Hertz, Avis, National and Budget. 
V*rHe picked the name Ajax for his 
Uttlc compaity because It's easy to 
rcmembo' and because of Its prime 
olfdiabetlcal. postUonlng. TIk liame 
.ciuiies a connotatloa of strength and 
coivage from (be wtglnal Greek 
watTlor Ajax and Baorler has plenty 
ofboth. 

Barrier served as a paratrooper 
with the French army in Vietnam and 
migrated later from Prance to 
Canada with Just 1250 In his wallet. 

He peddled pots and pans on the 
streets of Montreal, got Into the 
. pharmaceutical business and came to 
southern California to learn the car 
rental business In 19M. He worked for 
others until 1969 when be started the 
Gibraltar car-Ieasfng company and 
^un off AJax as an Independent firm - 
in 1973. 

AJax claims rates from 40 to 49 
percent lower than other componlcs. 
Barrier concedes the larger com- 
panies liave more resources but 
thinks they lose somclhlnK In oenonal 



service because of their remote 
ownership. Hertz Is owned by RCA. 
Avis by Norton Simon, NaUonal by 
Household Finance, and Budget by 
TVansamwIca. 

Barrier has placed advertisements 
claiming a dnllv rwtPWpo roonf lnwi.r 



Hertz and Avis 1400,000. .What's more 
even after you get a Hertz car, you 
have to ride a bus to pick it up. So 
Where's the big saving In time? '.' 

discount is his business aiid he 
noted that the airlines aie huuiing 
near'capocUy stt ip r ptfeir lpg..4p. pcr-. 



lhah. that of Hertz on a full-size car. 
Ajax offered a Buick Regal at 119.90 a 
day with na mileage charge up to 100 
miles. A comparable Hotz rate would 
be $38.95 a day, the ads stated. 

BarrJerwaaaskedlfhefelthecouId ^ 

hurt Hertz? -,4,—,,./"^^^ franchises and licensed dealers, 

don't think we hurt them a bit," ■GilSss Income was only thite^ituirters 



cent discounts on fares. 
'His argument to -proqiectlve car 
rentals Is, "Why. have supcrsavcr 
' fare In the air and pay premium when 
youland?" - . ~ ' ' 

Carrier has seen AJax ^w steadily 



he smiled, '"niey don't care. -You 
must realize that Hertz dominates the 
Industry. It Is probably twice as bis as 
Avis, No. 2," ■ 

He laughed wticn asked to comment 
on the sniping In ads by companies In 
the car rental business, partlculsriy 
Avis' slogan. '"Wre No. 2, we tin 
harder." 

With a GaUlc shrug of theshoulders, 
besald: ^ . ^ 

"If you're the dog, you don't 
mention the (lea. If you're the Dea, 
you mention the dog. "_ 

Barrier said AJax rates are made 
possslble because he has a lowcr 
ovfohead than the larger companies. 
For examine, he does not have a 
locaUon at Los Angeles Internatlmal 
Airport but has 200 cars close by. 
Patrons re shuttled by bus and station 
wagon. ^ 

"It costs us obout J25,O00 a year In 
overhead at LAX," he said, "it costs 



e was only three^iuarters 
I mUllon ln'l»74, by'1977 It was t23- 
million. The projected volume for IflT? 
is 136 million and for 1S79, $SS million. 

"We are In the top 10 cw rental 
agendea noifr," said Barrier. "My 
personal goal (s to get us into the top 
five among discount companies. Our 
growth proves obviously th^ was a 
need for another discount company. 
Otbwwtae, we wouldn't be here. " . 

He said, "Word or mouth Is our best 
mvKtlsIng." but be does not neglect 
the printed page. His ads nowTealiire 
actors Uoyd Bridges and Robert 
Stack in prestige endorsements. 

"Just like No. 2 tries harder, fve're 
the new Ud on the block and we want 
to make an Unpiesslon," be said. 

"I know a tot of our employees by 
name. How could the president of 
Hertz? It's too big. We have fran- 
chises — owncr-<^>eralors — and they 
too take more of an Interest In the 
business. 



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[arathon legislative session predicted 



By DAVm MORRISSEY 
Times-News wtltCT 
TWIN FALLS - The 45th Idaho 
I^Leglslature hasn't yet begun to meet. 
I ^But lawmak^ already are predlct- 
I Ihg the session could be a marathon, 
I pertups nearlng the record 97 day 
E legislative session of 1890. . 
I Ttw 1890 marathon 'occin«d during 
I Idaho'sfbvtyearolBtatdwod. 
. ■ Two leglslatoni, Hvpect Rep. Steve 
':. Antone and Rep. PhU Batt oi Wilder, 
Idaho's Lieutenant Governor-elect, 
predict the coming legislative session 
will last 80 days and Rep. Dan Kelly of 
Mountain Homes la predicting a 90* 
day session. 

A consUtuUonal limit in 1B90 placed 
a 60^y celling on bi-annual sessions. 
That limit lasted until the 1960s, ulien 
sessions began running 5 to lo days 
- past that basic limit. 

In 1969, legislatures began meeting 
annually and since that date, legisla- 
tmts have averaged 71 days each. 

While legislators anydl^greeing on 
the number of days they Vill remain 

Twin Falls 
phntfails 
miserably 

By JEFFSHER 
TUtV»-Ncm writer 

TWIN FALLS - Afler lU bc«t 
month ever in September, the Twin 
Falli waste water treatment plant 
failed to comply with federal pollutloa 
itandardi for most of October. 

More disheartening for city offlcals 
was the now dear suggestion that the - 
plant cannot function as It orlglnilly 
wasdeslgnQl 

For the first nine da>-s of the month, 
the plant was able to meet Uie 
EnvlRNunenlal Protection Afrncy'a 
dtjduute poUutioa ttandanJs but 
only by b)'paiitng lome of the loltd 
waste trealjnent machinery al the 
pUot. 

Ttw dty trucked kludge from the 
plant to 1 dump site out of Unm. 

WhenptaM penonnd anempud w 
operate the fadllly u It was origina- 
lly dial^wd to function, the mulu- 
mUhon dollar ij-ttem could not me«< 
£I>AiUMardi 

The ptant taUed lo mefl fCPA 
dlKharsr Uandardi lor the lait SO 
daji pf Uie month. acconJtng to plant 
prrlortnAnre rtauum uMaUtrd fram 
th* IdAho l>r^^tmnmi ol lirAlUi Mid 

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la tMiiy Stnrrrirt, «tiK) thr plant 
«M rHunwd to thr oprratlni 
vtikti had Urm turn^tful tn Sep- 
tenter, ptast Jlx tw pw •$Mm ««r» 
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sequestered in the statdiouse, they're 
In unanimous agreement on the 
reason for the extra days: passage of 
ttw budget-busting 1 percent in-~ 
lUaUve. 

' Interviews with several Idaho 
lawmakers Monday indicated there 
are sev^al likely methods by which 
the 1 percent initiative could be 
implemented' but none of the 
Implimenlatlon measures wUl be 
passed overnight 



"I've heahl talk of making It 
effective ibe first day of 1979 and the 
first day of 1960," said Sen. PhU Batt, 
R-Wllder, who wUI in January give up 
hts Senate pro tem Job for the post of 
lieutenant governor. Some persons, 
Batt added, have mentioned the 
possibility of moving the enactment 
datebacktojan.1,1981. 

"I think we should be cautious in 
implementing ttie initiative," Batt, a 
12-year legislative veteran said. Not- 



ing the biiUatlve itself makes Oct. 1. 
1978 as the date the new law would go 
on the books, Batt suggested moving 
that enactment date back to Jan. 1, 
iseo. 

"I think we can move It back three 
months," Batt said. "That will give us 
some time and an Interim committee 
can deal with It carefully." But Batt 
said he doubted legislators would 
agree to postpone (ho enactment date 
any longer than a. few months. "I 




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UielnlttaUveUwedothat,"hesald. - 

Rep. Steve Antone. R-Riq>^ also 
predicted the initiative would produce- 
a long session and probably not be 
hnpllmented fully until 1980. 

'Thoe are too numy ramifications 
to do it all this year," Antone said. 

Chairman of the House Revenue 
andTaxaUon Committee, Antone said 
this year's legislature would be 
"complicated but harmonious." 

But be warned l^lslators should 
expect many hours spent In study of 
the initiative. "It overrides so many 
areas of the code, we Just have to 
workwlthitcarefuily,"he8aid. ^ 



Rep. Dsnl^eliy, R-Mountaln Home, 
said it was' likely legislators would 
choQse to enact the initiative "In 
gradual stages, with piui of it 
becoming law this year and part next 
year." Itelly said lawmakers will b< 
leas concerned with when the 
measure should be enacted than they 
wUl be with thb impact of what It is 
they axe enacting. "I think we are all 
confused about what this wIU do," 
KeUysald. "Until we're sure we know ' 
we'll hesitate before moving on It." 

Noting legislators wUl have "many 
coDcenis other than the 1 percent," 
Kdly predicted the session could 
stretch to 90 days. 



Swindlersentenced 
to federal prison 



By CHRISTOPHER BOG AN 
Times-News wrlttr 

SALT LAKE CITY - An elusive 
swindler wfio enticed numerous 
Magic Valley business people into 
dubious financial associations, was 
sentenced Monday to two years in 
federal prison in Utah. 

After being apprehended In Sep- 
tember by Federal Bureau of Investi- 
gation agents, Joseph Lebldew 
Royale was convicted Nov. tO of lying 
to a federally Insured bank when 
applying for a loan. U.S. District 
Judge Bruce Jenkins, In Salt>Ltke 
City, sentenced Royale Monday lo Iv/o 
years In federal prison without proba- 
tion. 

Royale, before his imprisonment, 
circulated In Idaho as a mortgage 
broker, promising easy loam to 
people who agreed to put up a large 
initial fee for payment of Royaie'l 
•rrvtcrs as ■ lou) finder. 

Even (housh Royale now is locked 
up la federal prison la Salt Lake City, 
FBI agenu uy federal Investigations 
will continue into hli dubkxa business 
KUYlUa tn Idaho. Ulth. Texas, ud 
New Jersey. 

nil agent, Frank Cardlcklmo of 
T«ln Falls tiM Monday (he bureau 
wui continue looking into ponlble 
fraud and estortloa vtoUUons com- 
mJtlrd by Royale 

Reported])' a convkted bank robber 
and forger, Koyale tntndured hlnuHf 
•arikr IhU >T«r into buklnesa rlrrlra 
Ihroughnut the Ma^ \'aUr>' 

He utd hr «ai a martgafr brakrr 
and oflerrd lor a Ir* lo find bank 
nnanrmg Iv large mmrtton pr^- 

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sued by Halley residents Tod ami 
Marilyn Tripple In a multi-million 
doQar lawsuit, cbarglog (he elusive 
mortgage broktf cod several otberr 
swindled theip In a white-collar fraud 



IhB "nipples sought Royale's help 
to find financing for a Hitch Rack 
Motel in HaOey. 

Royale never dU find the financing 
for the IVlpples but the Halley couple 
cl limed he and several other 
mortagagB brokenfe tlnni helped 
(hem fall Into (InaaciAl niin. 

The couple pve up their motd In 
HaUey Oct IS because of debU 
allegedly Incurred during their 
aaaoclatkxi with Royale. 

The couplfl la pursuing a S2 J million 
damages lawsuit against Royale and 
others. Tod Triple said he and hU 
wife curreoUy face banknqHcy. 

"I am glad that he isn't going to 
hurt somebody oaw." THpide 
remarked Monday "I'm already 
there. I can't dunge my altuatkio 
now, I Just have to do the best I can." 

Ketcbum attorney Lee Sehknder. 
who vu repreeenllng the Tttpplcs in 
thslr lanuU. uiA lUgaUeo can 
eaotlnue against Royale, even though 
hetilnprlsoa. 

Frao Cartaon and L.A. Stev«na, 
both HaUey bualoeaa people, arv two 
other Hack Valley rwlcknta wtto 
•aeoBterad Royak 

Cartaon. owner of a ao^U ncreU- 
rial awtoe lo Haflejr. aald Royale 
eves bar raoary lor SKntartaJ wort 
ihe performed lor htm t 

Steveas. a montage broker, 
charfid Reyak tbnMtwwd ui kill blm 
«tMB he nrnMl HoyKW not lo 
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IX donmates talks with legislators 



; TWIN FAU5 - State legtslaton meeting was the I pment InlUaUve 

Uooday Uiteoed aU day to votn- and Ita effects. 

y^^*^ i mpllrrumfit loo at the 1, Rep. Brackett suggested gov- 

(veot fnttlatlve. ehunental groups immediately revise 

-At ■ "Meet Your Uglilator" aUpotenttaUy affected budgets, 

iwloa jpooKirad Iv the Twin Falli n» leglalatora agreed the Senate 

wtmbtt of Oomnwree, apedal Id- and the House muit fonn a Joint 

tweet ptwpf look JO mlmilei each to oomnUttee, as they did for last year*! 

•frttiefr ancoTM about the coming SUte Water Plan, and put together an 

__iijgltlaHye eenloo. , iT plfmrntatkin plan for the 1 percent 

rAptradmately SSpaaommH^ InltlaUve before it gotn before the 

Ow legUators during four hours of legislature for a fuU debate and vote. 

vmUiw. chamb* npccmUUvea Watv lotmaU expressed the need 

^ and mort or ttw dtacunkns of addiUooal tegUatloB lo furtber 

Molaredoatazatkattidlbelpemnt bnplenwnttheSlateWaKrFlan. 

ulAttvw. AddlUoMd minimum Oows were 

^AeeonUng lo the legislatttri, voters requeued. Tliirieen minimum flow 

fond numerous questions about the 1 requeau bave been preiented to the 

IttUUUve and also raised Water Resources Board. 

I about local Impi owiu eut Also, proposals were made to 

, education, racydlnt and ciUbUsh a water simply bank and lo 
allow change of the nature of the.uM 

overriding concern at the of water, audi as for hydradectrtc 



Jaadx and other animid experts 
■ will address the two-day convention 
— which <ven8 for reglstrotlon^Vlday at 
10 a.m. at the Ponderosa Inn near the 
1-80 Inlerchange In Burley. 

"My talk wlU really be an educa- 
Uonal type thing," Jacobs said from 
nlsofflce In Moscow.VJ^t producers 
don't reaUy know what happens with 
products and how they are made: ' ' 

Jacobs explained reformed pork 
products are made from pork , 
- Bboulders from ulilch fat and bone 
■"iias been removed. Processed meat 
lirDductsmust Include legal amounts 
of aodiumlatrite to prevent fonnatlon 
of toxins by botulism organisms. 

"Nitrites are pretty cut and dried. 
The government is correct In requir- 
ing their use," Jacobs said. "We have 
to' have a certain amount of them In 
parts p^ tnllUon in our products 
becauseof botulism." 

He added reformed pork products 
are often more economical because 
the bone and fat has been removed. 
powvorbTlgatkm. ^aDed BIRP, which la a successhil Consumers who purchase a picnic 

Some cspnaafedcoacemovo- canal and seU-euf fteleot pnwram recvdlns 0"en pay for bone and fat which 
breaks and the possibility of a larger all types of llttM- •» amounla (o a iWrd of the weight of 

Burwell'i propoaltion was weU- "^''.^li"^ . , 

received by the I^CUators. - A list of other animal and meat 

Legislaton present for the dl- I*P«*s Is slated to address convcn- 
scusskns were Rep. Noy Brackett, " ■ 
R-7win Palls; Sen. Rkfaard High, R- 
Twln Falls; Rep. Tom Stivers, R- 
TwlQ Falls; Sm. John Barker, R- 
Buhl; Rep. Larry Knlgge, R-Fller, 



Swine producers 
to meet in Burley 

ByKENHQDGE. hes to soling breeding problems and 

Tlmes-NeWswrltcif ways to prevent disease In a swine 

BURLEY - Nitrites in processed breedlnghmL 
-meats are hoe to stay — ai^ they. . Dr. Dean . Graham . .of .. Anchor 

-ahmilri ha, nrtiinnrtjng--|)>--ft— TT>Aa*-J-ah"'-fl>"Hiw urill Jnrplnln fi^^tnfl fff 

■ qwctaUst-irtwwill address the Idaho bacterial products fur scoinv control 

-SwhwnoduGWSConventlonlnBurley and Dir. John Early, marketing 

JtetJanaarz.r'' " " ' specialist from' Ihe'U of l; wai talk 

Dr. John Jacobs, of the University about marketing proqtectsfOr Pacific 

of Idaho, wlU explain to swlhe Northwest swine producers in the 

producers at the convention how nearfutme. ' 
reformed poilt products are made. 



tlon audiences fn Burley this 
weekend, according to Extension 
Animal Scientist Gene Gibson of Twin 
Falla. 

"br. Jeny Kunesh, bead of the 



dlnlc at Iowa SUIe Ujilvenlty In 
Ames, Iowa, will talk about appnae- 



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Qolondo Ull 1111 MM ll»r namd in a lann M e( 
filer T»er rtelm) BO and raortd Into Flier rtef» 
bedledlnlMa. 

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downtown 1^019, Bought legtaMram to 
airanie fee lundbig ol JidHkeial 
parting. 

Auto and Recreatlonaf Veblde 
Dealen dltnieifd tbe bonding of 

dealenandthedUflcultleaoffurvlval' . ^ - - 

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UaJ too Duch letUilkn paned FUli. "' '~~ "-' — '- - 

lavon Hg bmiiien In tbe iiiln 

AccKding In Biackev,' ibe local Two men charged 

tmpraveoMiit district niin took a ,.a^ ... 

"back burner" lo tbe 1 peReK With rUStUnq 

bUUaUveteue. _ •* 

Dick Burwell a Coots dlalrlbubir FALLS — Two men were 

propceed to cirdlnrte a"SSS5 K5?tS;S!Ef"*^ 

plBnlnUieTwlnFallsana.11»plan *°22^£22S; .h. 

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u« MMiiw w » n nnnna, ^ ^ quwtlonlng 

Saturday altcmoon after the Elko 
(Nev.) County Sheruri otrice tent d 
message that two men were wanted 
f or butdigtag t w o cow i south of 
Ji 'kp ut Saturday uxi dug. " 

The two men dutrged with grand 
larceny were ktentlfled as i^lndley 
Paul Genn, n. of Klrtland. Wash . 
and Mkbad Tcrrance McCurdy. 3i, 
ofMPDcr. 

nejr were picked 19 it McCurdy i 
home about 3:30 p m S^rurdJiy by 
dty and oouoty law enforcement 
Dfflccn and armted at the iherltri 
office aboUSpoL 

Each man posted a t3,O0O bond and 
must appear before Elko County 
authoduca on the cattle ruiUlng 
duuve. 

Geon also was arrvled by Twtn 
Folia police on a duriv of (allure to 
appear that was dtaoowed wtien thry 
CtNCted bli backxnxmd. 



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Land board urged to snatch up top acreage 

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BOISE (Upi) - Sidestepping a 
jwggcatlon It recommend a lawsuit, 
the LeglalaUve Ueu Landri Commit- 
tee merely wged today that the Idaho 
Land Board rapidly proceed to obtain 
the twst possUde lands tdc the state. 

Ue, R-New PljTOouth, said the Land 
Board was aware of.the problems In 
obtaining federal laiids owed the sUte 
and It was the board's re^nslbUlty 
to make the selections. 

Therefore, he suggestion, "the 
committee's recommendations to the 
board Is that "as rapidly as possible It 
get the most valuable land possible 
- -fortheStateof-fdaho." ^ ■ 

The Idaho ,Land Board meets in 
Boise Tuesday to consider lieu land 
saelecUons. 

Deputy attorney General Guy 
Hurlbutt, representing the ' state 
Department of Land, suggested to the 
Lieu Land Committee in light of 
recent decision in a Utah litigation 
against the Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment, Idaho file a lawsuit in federal 
court so the state would not lose 
potential revenue. 

The -U.S. lOth' Circuit Court of 
Appeals nifed In favor of Utah, saying 
the the federal government had a duty 
to turn over lieu lands adeded by 
states and that upon application for 
these lands equitable tlUe should be 
entmd on the date of application. 

Hurlbutt said the California State 
Land Commlaaion had Informed 
Idaho of a possible appeal of the 10th 
Circuit Court decbim to the U^. 
Supreme Court so that the nillng 
would apply to the entire country and 
not just states under Jurisdiction of 
the appeals Court. 

The reasoning behind an appeal, he 
aaid, was that' the Secretary of 
Interior decision the ruling tn the 
Utah case could apply only In the 10th 
Circuit Court area and not to states 
outside that Jurisdiction. 

Hurlbutt said Idaho should be 
entitled to revenue from lar^ds It flies 
on from the date of application. 

"A lawsuit in federal court would 
protect our righta," Hurlbutt said. 

But House Minority Leader Patricia 
McDermott, D-PocaleUo, and Senate 
MbMrity Leader Cy Chase, D-St, 
Maries, argued agaUtst a lawsuit and 
suggested that the board get on wllti 
lis selections. 

"I thinit we should get our lands 
signed over and then llUgate the 
revenue matler." Miss McDermott 
said. 

Churchurges 
students to 
askforjotffi 

WASIIINCTO.S 'iriM) .Vn 
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"'Let's quit quU)bUiig aiwiAd," agreement with the BLM tsver the ' gesled the next Legislative should not 

Oiase said. "It's time to move and selection of some 27.000 acres of land, reappolntit 

qultmesslngaround." but withheld completion of , the ' He nM the voters want the Legtsla- 

- Chase said It was time theXand agreement because it fdt It codd. timtoBtutctittlqebBdkaiidUH«nd 

Board makes up Us mind and^iiro- obtain bettor laipds in light 0^ the' ofttalidnunttteewaaaanaitut' 

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Little said he felt the committee had 
adileved consldoiible for the stato. 

.^*Far the mooqr epept, the time and 
effort, U has addoved a oeat deal," 
Uttlesald. 

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excellentjob. ^' . ■ 'r 

"We wouldn't have lieen Iq;'^ 
position we are today, wltta 
functloi) of (he conunlttee," liflS 
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Magic Valley tecim , 

Swimmers top Boiselfield 



— ' BOISE — Behind the strong swimming of Pam 
O'DellClO, and Sherry Stalley, 12, the Ma^c Valley 
Swtm Club captured first place at the 10th Annual 
Jlianksgiving Swim Meet at Boise last weekend, 
"O'DeH'ajid Stalley claimed Individual honors In 
their respective age ^wips during the two-day 

. meet 

The local team outpointed competition from 
Pocatello, Blackftot, Boise, Payette, Nampa, and 
Caldwell. There" alsQ_tfere swimmers from 
WaBhington, Utah, Northern Idaho and Oregon. ' 

Magic Valley's swimmers had 525 points to edge 
£ocateUo which had436 and Blackfoot with 224. 

the t^ six swimmers for Magic Valley Induced: 

• Eight and under girls — Kristen Homer, second 
iQ2S free, third in 50 breastrOlrd in 25 (ly, fifth in 50 
back, second In 50 fly, second in 25 tireat, third In 100 
free, sixth hi 25 back and second in 25 free. 



" Eight andundert>oy8.JobiiHmw. fourth in2S 
free, fourth In 50 bacJc, fifth in 25 back. Travb 
Jensen, fifth In 25 fr^ 

• Nine and 10 ^ijpam O'DeU, first in lOO I.M.. 
50 free, 50 fly, 100 back, 100 fly, 200 free and 100 free; 
foirth In 100 breast, second In 100 1.M-. 50 free, SO 
fly, SO breast. 200 free andlOO tres; fourth In 100 
back, 100 fly. Senica Jones, fourth In 100 I.M., 
second in 100 back, third in 200 free. SO back, and 100 
free. Suzl Shaub, second in 100 fly, nfth in 200 free, 
fourth In 100 free. 

• Nine and 10 boys, Jeff Hockley, fourth In 100 
I.M., third In 100 t>reast, second In SO fly. filth In 100 
iiack, tl)JMiiaQQ.QyjjG«fionlJn jOJneaat.ii^^ In 
2O0 free, sixth In SO back. Rick Tvm^mer, fifth In 
100 1.M., sixth In 100 breast, fourth In lOO bkck.j]fth 
In 100 fly. sixth In 200 free, fourth in 50 babk. RIcIT 
Homer, sUth In lOO free. 



• U(ol2gli1s,SbatyStaUey,(h:stlnS0 free, 100 
breast. 50 fly, sO breast, 100 fly; second In 200 1.M., 
200 free, SO bacJc, lOO free, aiul third in 100 back. 
Cindy O'Dcll. third In 100ny^Xree;.fourth In 200 
L M.. 50 fly, 100 baclf. 50 back, sixth In 100 free. 

• 11 to 12 boys, Todd Jones, flrst in 200 IM., 100 
back, 100 fly, 50 batt; second In 50 fly, 200 (tte, and 
100 free; third In so free, sixth In 100 breast and 50 
breasL Joe Sorenson, second In so tree, third In 100 
free. Tim Shaub, flflh in 200 1.M., 100 back, sixth In 
50 back. 

• 13 to 14 boys. Danny Towle, sbtth in 200 I.M., 
fifth In 200 free, second In 50 free, sixth In 200 breast, 
.third In 100 breitst. and fourth In 100 free. . 

• 15 to 18 boys. Brian Marron, fifth tn 200 I.M., 
third In 206 breast, sbcth hi SOQfrec, thfrd In 100 
braastv*'' 

• 15 to 18 girls. Janet Stalley, sixth in JO free. 



Heisman Trophy 



Oklahorria^s Sims the favorite 



NEW YORK (UPI } - BiUy Slms 
of Oklahoma, the nathm's leading 
rusher. Is expected to win college 
football's most coveted prize —the 
Heisman "n^phy — today when the 
Downtown Athletic Club presents 
Its annual award to tfie "outstand- 
ing" player in the coun try . 



Although only a Junior, Sims has 
electrified fans with dazzling runs 
this season and has established the 
Big Eight Caotenace's single 
aeaaon nishlag mark with 1,782 
yards. He leads the nation In yards 
per game (I60.J), scoring (20 
UHJCh<lown3) and yards per C-nrr>' 




Bllly Sim* 
, .will he win? 



(7.6). Included among his 
achievements were four 200-yard 
plus ruihlng efforts. 

"From the fltm (hit I have seen 
and what the pro scouts tell me, I 
fee) sure Sims la the best back hi 
America," says Oklahoma Coach 
Barry Switzcr. "We've never had 
anyone with his combination of 
speed and power." 

If SlmA wins the itelsman, he 
will tKComeonly the sixth Junior tn 
-^e «-year history of the award to 
achieve college football's highest 
indlvlduAl accolade. He also would 
become the third Oklahoma player 
to win the trophy, lolnlng Billy 
Vessels (19531 and Steve OuTns 
(19(S). 

Sims' stlffest competition tx 
llkdy to come from running b&ck_ 
CTiaries Vi'hite of Southern Califor- 
nia. quartertMck Rick Leach of 
Michigan and quartertisck Chuck 
FuslniofPennSUte. 

Running backi Charles 
Alexander of Loulilaru Slate and 
Ted Bro*7i of North Carolina Stale 
- and <)uarttrt>ack Jack T t tompto n 
of Washington State al*o ihould do 
u-cll tn the votbtg. »hk:h U 
cooducted among more than 1.000 
sports MTllen and iportscafttrn 
from acrau the oalton 

HTille's crrdrnUali are alnwa 
as good as Sims Alw a Junior. 
HTtlte his njihrd for 1.400 yanli 
and icoml n touctxkrviu MckIm 
ll the all tlmr naMngtradrr In the 
racitir Ten with 3.»M yanU 
UKTluded in WTiltr i lUttstlcs »ak 
a ttandout SOO-yard rfforl agalntt 
Notrr Uamr on naltona) trlnUlon 
SaiunJj) Kwr^n. that gartw 
lin l hir\) (0 Mp WTillr n-.'-tch 
wnCT nw»l of Ihr »ulc» ruvT 
alrrad> Imitatulain] 



"I honestly believe he's the 
favorite. "^says white's coach, 
John Robinson. "I think he's Just 
played so well and he's had his 
best gmws In the biggest games. 
He's been on natkmal television 
and he's had a story In Sports 
mustraled. 

"The only thing that might be 
agalmt Charlie Is that I think 
people In other parts of the country 
identify more with the best player 
In their area than the people do In 
the West." 

Fusina and Leach will be Judged 
more for their leadership abUlllcs 
than for straight iiatlstlo. 
Fusbia's name can't be found 
among the top IS In passing, yet 
under his guidance at quartert>ack 
Penn State.tiai won 22 of 23 games 
over the last two seaaonsr 

Leach's name doesn't appear 
among the top 2S passers, yet no 
player In NCAA history has ac- 
counted for more louchdou-ns (ei ) 
running and passing tlian the 
Michigan quarterback. With 
Leach at the helm (or the past (our 
seasons, Ihe Wolverines have' 
posted a 3S4-2 rvconl . 

"He Is the best football player In 
the United Sial» of America." 
Michigan Coach Bo Schemtiechler 
says o( Leach. "II he doesn't win 
the Heisman Trophy. I will be 
much surprised He ts the grrateit 
football [4a>er I have p\Tf twi 
aksorlaled «lth ' \ 

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TT»mp»cxi ricuTT- 111 ik) wril In ll>r 
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tlxxj^ l.ijuml pjrt a! Lhr wavxi 
ll the .SKCi til llmr IraOJnji 
rufthrr. Iltvwn hol<l> all of Nurth 
Carotins Stalr'i niahlng rrronli 
and TbompiMi li one tj rull(-|;r 
ftnttiairs an time leading paism 




Steclcra' Lynn Swann catches 23-yard pass for touchdown 



Steelers up record 
by beating 49'ers 



Ballbusters 

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Pedroza retains his crown 
in featherweight division 

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U.S. team opens 
with tennis win 



MELBOURNE, AiatralU (UPI) - 
. BUlle Jam Kloi. hbUng odct •(•In 
'. ihe mlflit retire from Rujcr ilnglci 
; compctlUoa foUowlag Utll toUTTU- 
raetA, bdjiod the powertul United 
SUtM cnah SMilh Kra M HoaU; 
tar the non lapnidn win tn tbe 
optolni rnaii 01 lh> 1190,000 FWen- 
Una Cup. 

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and OiaRin Jong, 6-1, to. In douUea. 
Evert had earlier beaten llahn 
Yoooo-Ja. «•!, M. In the Kconi) 
alQglea match alter Tracy Austin, the 
piflallod student Inm Rolllni IIUIi, 
Cam., made a mamlllctnt debut In 
lt» team conpeUUoa with alopalded 
M, M win over Choi Kyung-mle. 

The top seeded VS. team loat onl)- 
two games In sis sets, winning the 
thnc matcha In 135 minutes. 

Aryaittna dumped Denmark 1.1. 
IhdooetU beat the PhlllpfiUin 2 1 and 
Gteot Britain subdued Spain 14 and 
was leading in the thini set ol U>e 
doublei when bad llghl snd rsin 
stopped pisy 

The first Canadian Ne» Zealand 
slnglca was tied at one set all snd 
be resumed Tuetdav 



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Dvke fires coach 

DURHAM, N.C. (UPI) - HUcQ McGee. head 
tooUiaU coach at Duke UnlwSfBlty lor eight 
years, was fired Monday and replaced by Blue 
Devil Assistant Athletic Director Shirley "Red" 
Wilson. 

Mcgee's resignation was requested by Athletic 
Direct or Tom Butters Saturday^aftcchfsJUtli. 
■ iMlng seasonT;GrnnxighLyears,-He-lnformed - 
Butters that he would not quit, and the 
announcement ol his firing and the appointment 
of Wilson to the Job wo^ made at a news 
conference late Monday; . 



Red Sox confident 

BOSTON (UPI) - Ttie Boston Rat Sox arc 
confident they will sign Jim Rice In tbe near 
future and eliminate the chance Uw AmeHean 
league's Most Valuable Hayer might seek free 
agent status. President Haywood Sullivan said' 
Monday. 

— -It h i n kJlm Rice will stay hcrc,^' Sullivan tdd 
reporters followln^the showing orthTlirTS team' 
nighllgbt film. . , 

Motta recoverinQ 



• Crown Thy Good 

By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 
Grown Thy Good, the 2-ycarold son of Hoist 
The Flag, scored hfs second straight triumph 
Monday with a 4'A-length victory In the $25,000 
allowance feature at Aqueduct. 

With Ruben Hernandez In ■■the irons. Crown 
Thy Good, the favorite, took the lead by a halt- 
len^ over Dauphin halfway through the mile 
race for 2-ycar-olds on the turf course. 



the defending NBA champkM Washington 
Bullets, underwent surgery Monday to repair 
■ torn cartilage In his left knee. Motta was Injured 
last week while conducting a dlnlc In the 
Washington area. 

The surgery, done at Sibley Memorial Ho^ltal 
by Bullets team physician Dr. Stanford Lavlne, 
was called "successful" but Motta wU miss the 
club's road games Tuesday at New York and 
Friday at New Orleans. He Is expected back for 
Saturday night's home game agabst Kansas 
Clty^ 



Pitcher traded 

TORONTO (UPI) — Mark Lemongello, one of 
the moire jnnniilslng young pitchers In baseball, 
was traded by the HoiKton Astros to the Toronto 
filue Jays Monday In a fourployer deal. 

In addition to LemongeUo, the Blue Jays 
received outOeld^ Joe Cannon and ahmlstap 
-P edro -Hqii a Ddei-<Me-HQ <ston -<rtrtaliied-cat-- 
cherAlanAshby. 

Le mo ngdio, s 2S-year4ld rI^^hander, com- 
pUed a 9-14 reouU with a 3.94 eanied*Vun 
average In bis second full season. He was a 
regular, member ofttwAstrro' start big rotaUim.' 



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Smith name^ 

NEW YORK (UPI) - Stan Smith, a former 
U^ Opoi and 'Wimbledon champion, was 
named Monday to the Association of Tennis 
Professionals' JAKS awards conunltteo for the 
organizatkin's annual banquet In New York on 
Jon. 8. 



:Tueway. NovomlMir28, 1B78^ Tlmoa-Nowa, Twin Fslla, Idaho B-7 

By Roger Bhtlrni 



College basketijatt 

No, 1 Duke edges 
S. Methodist 86-80 



DURHAM, N.C. (UPI) - Jim 
Spanarkel and Mike Gmlnskl com- 
bined for 41 points Monday night when 
top-ranked Duke hit 10 consecutive 
baskets down the stretch to escape 
with an 86*1 victory over Southern 
Methodist. 

Dvke, Bhol pootiy In Oie early gofng 
and trailed 39-36 at halftbne. But the 
Blue Devils managed to pull ahead 
61-58 with 9:50 to go and then hit 
lOcf-10 from the field to put the game 
away. Spanarkel finished Hlih 21 



Vandy 82-52 



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NASHVILLE, Tcnn. (UPI) - 
Charles Dsvls scorL-d IB points Mon- 
day night when Vandcrbllt walloped 
San Francisco Slate In the socond half 
and rolled to an B2-52 victory (or lis 
third straight triumph this M;.ison. 

SAN FHANCISCO STATV. 113) 
llnmlMI, imMJ KMII.Kalinmnklloa li. 
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VANDeRSlLTim 
DavU 11-10 II. hilMr IM I. AUuntllrr 1 14 It. 
•--"m I M II. SerSr* 4 M I, »Jl«lt t I : ». 
k7 • 4-4 4, Uiulu 1 i4 J. TTumpBin i do « 

uwr CMS. UnllA I »i 1. ietiiaa 111). 
)Mt.TH»llJ>»»D 

rrannmtl A- H.u 

Spartans 71-54 

llAiT [A.NS1NG. Mich ifPi) - 
Greg KeUcr. dopltr [ilayln^ mo^t at 
thr MconJ half with li>ur louh, scurrd 
X pointi Morxlii) niKlit to lr;id 
Michigan State to i non- 
confrrrnce t>a*krtbaU v)cii)r>' ovrr . 
Central MlrhIi:An 

Sycamores 63-53 
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virtocymrrl'UnlupMnrvla) nii?'.l 

IndUru St*lc lirTikr (i(>m lJ»r iitw 
In \he final nlw tr.L!iul<-» inilnttftri; 
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points and Gmlnskl 20. 

Billy A^en led thcMustongs with 19 
points. Phil Hole and Brad Branson 
added 15 points apiece. 

Duke, troubled by a 2-3 zone 
defense, hit 3S percent of its first-half 
field goals attempts. In the second 
half, however, they connected on 22 of 
33 shots. Far the game, the Mustangs 
shot an excellent SB percent from the 
field, mostly from the perimeter. 

SouUtmMKtwdMiia) 
I-TanUlnJ 117. l-:uim]o.it. UrvMon7 i l 11, 

Alira i B-IO 19. Ililc T M 1], MricTi ] M lIuTU 1 
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MorrUooS 0 0 0. TgUU IT 11 a H, 

llainimr-SouUm HMhodiU ». Iiukr 34 
KauJrd ml— neae Total loitli- SouUtfrn 
MetnodUt »; Duke IT. AUU 



Texas 148-71 

AUSTIN. Texas (UtM) - Guard 
Jim Krivacs scored a carerr-hlich 43 
points to lead seventh-ranked Texas 
to a rvcord-cetllng 148-71 victory over 
Northern Montana Monday night . 

The 148 points was the most e^cr 
scored liy a Soulh»e&t Cunfrrcncv 
team, breaking the record or IT) 
points bet by Baylor afialrut Trinity In 
19(U 11 nlsomapptM ih^ school record 
of 1 IT polntJ atiatnat Arfcamai in l!r72 




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murant 8)ua Lak«ilnn. 
AlOEMROenUES. Com- 
painiVa pay Mal« with Qooi 
Mnga bvnaflta In ptaaunt 
wonting atluatlon. No t«> 

Krianca nacaaury. will 
iln. Conuol Mounuin 
Vl«w Cara Cantar, Pom 
Biraal Ewl, KImbady, 411- 



Paraofl to ualil mtnagar. 
Naat tppaartnci. oood 
ehaf idar. opportunity of 
I32S p«r waak. Alio Rap. 
■t »t>a. Ptwoa TiWeiB. 
BAND WANTEDI' Frldlf, 



■MIUUR WANTEDI Call 
NODANOONDJCWr 



monay. FUiibla houra, 
■Mfy at W M Awwa E. 
iqiiat Implaymant 



• WIUK>ft.C*« 

Anny Opportunma. M. 

LM oowtwin at mnwi 

♦>«acl- 

0>PM<a> M HAWAN. CMI 
Annf OpponuniiM. tgi. 
Lm Oamhrtn at cmTXMlh 

OnSmW H ALASKA. Ctf 
Aniy OdpB rtiin maa. lot- 
Ua oeoMn at OMrSHPt 



IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN 
NEVADA: ^oyi Training 
Canlar al Elto and lha Olrta 
Tralnlna Cantar at Callanla. 

QROUP SUPERVISOR 
TRAINEE: Salary 19,7BS- 
113.341. Raqulrai: H.S. + I 
ysara Full tlma paid ex- 

farlanca auparvlalno, laacfv 
ig, actlvltlaa laadarihip or 
paraonil guldanca of youlha 
In an organ l2 ad program, 
privala or public Inatltuilon, 
or amplayaa lupinrlilon 
trwi. aaiignmanl and ravlaw 
ol tti»lr work or grad. front 
an aeoradlltd cotlaga. 

□ ROUP SUPERVISOR: 
Salary tlO.UO • 114.003^ Ra- 

aulraa: QuallNcatlona al 
roup Suparvlaor Tralnaa 
plui ona additional yaar ol 
axparlanea daicrlbad 



Short wrillan aiami g»an at 
local Employmanl Sacufltr 
offloa at 1:00 p.m., Nov. 27- 
oral laai and •mplo)'mani 
Intaniawi lo lollow. 



EXPERIENCED Wallraiaaa 
for allamoon iFilft and avan- 
Ing ahltta. Apply in paraon 
afiar Spm. Qaorga K ■ Flna 
Fooda, 1718 KImbarly Road. 
FULL-TIME Sarvlcaman 
Naadad to work, on faad 
aqulpmant. Out at lawn S 
daya par weak. Sarvica 
truck and out of town ai- 

Kaniaa fumlihad. Muat 
iva own tooia. Call Rocky 
Mountain Harvaiiara Inc.. 
733-M74. 

■BARTENDER' Eiparlancad 
only, ratarancai. Pondaraaa 
I nn, Burtay. CalorOraea. 
CASHIER, Altarnoon and 
avaning ihllt. 8aa Mi. 
Cardanta. No phona ealli. 

HplMavlnniTwfe. 

CLERK * TYPIST Unlvtrelty 
of Idaho Coopatallva Ex- 
tanalon Sarvica. Shorthand, 
accurata typing, oflloa 
macninai. ganaral omca 
proeaduraa. Eiparlanca da- 
al(M. Suia Empioyaa Pay 
ScaJa. Contact: BiaJaa Un- 
tard, 734.3100. Equal 
Oppoflunlty / Alfliniailva 
Action Ewployai. 
COCKTAIL WAITREBS- 

Kriancad only, or win train. 
larancM. Pondaroaa Inn. 
Bunav.CalorOrasa. 



Jobtotlntarut 



'DAY SUPERVISOR* 
Mlnldoki Mamorlai Hoapllal. 
Challenging poililon. Con- 
Uct: Jaan Faatanau, 0N8. 
Call 438-4747. 



Earn aalra n»nay durtng tha 
ChrlBlmaa hoUdaya. Should 
know aomalhing about 
muale. Saa MDo al tha Music 
Canlar, 231 Main Avanua E- 



UVE IN PLACES. Tourlala 
only vlall. CaH Army Op-, 
portifniilaa, Sol- Laa 
Qoodwin al (»a)73MS7l col- 



LOCAL builnaaa r>ow taking 
raaumai (or Wara^iouia 
alavitcr manigar, Sand ra- 
■ umii 10 Box E-14, c/o 
Tlmia Nawi, Box M, Twin 
Fatla.lD. 



ATTENTION 
BOYS&GIRLSI 

Now li your chanca lo bocoma.your oWn butlnaaa . 
pwaen, Popar roufat or* now ovollablo In iho 
Twin Fall* orM for dallvwy ol ibo Timaa-Nwra. 

PraflH, priaoa. lanMi, conlaata. Wpa. Call tho 
TInwttoM OrcUailM Dapl, M and a y Fri day 
S^lordafalli, 

733-0931 



CIRCULATION 
PAPER ROUTES 

Af« owttllabl- In Imt^m* (or bmri ond glrli to 

THE TIMES-NEWS 

PI«o» Coll Jarry Coot«y 37t.STtt or 
Th* Tlm«|.N«w» CIrculollon Oapt. 
••■<3<93J,orIollFr.. 536-K3S. 



] DISTRICT AAANAGER | 

I Tho Tim«».N«wt Orculotlon D*portm*nt 1 

ti look for a ombltlooa paraon to alorl | 

limmodlololy aa o DUlrlct Monogvr. ■ 

I Twin Fall* oroo. A poililon of r««pon- S 

■Ibillty. Group Inauranc* OvoHobl*. ' 

poid onnual vacation ond rotiramvnt I 

plan. Call Mr. H. Raas Torgoraorr b«- ■ 

Iwoon 9 am . 5 pen for appolnimoni. ■ 



017 



Jobaotlrdatwt 



'P«tTTIMEoftlcahaip,L--- 
tmlng and oood phona aS 
titude a muat. Olhar akllia 
halplul. tS.n an hour, alu- 
danfi walcoma. 734-8770. 



Part-llma halpl Muit Iw 
aaamtlraii o riant ad. Ex- 
cel I ont working condition ■- 
Ti*-iXT. BaullnrBamlna. 



PART-TIME Waakand 
wiliraaa and bartand 
«nlir«aa. Apply aftar 1pni. 
Flying Saucar, 733-1 iM- 



PEHMANENT And Tam- 
porary lulHlmo & parl-tlma 
waltraaaai, weekday lun- 
ctiaon cashier & Saturday 
caahlar. Cooka, dlthrtxini 
in Hraon 
InAva-N. 



RECEPTIONIST * 
SECRETARY Naadad part- 
tbna for a profaaslonal ol- 
flca. Saod raeurna to 
1830, TWIn- 



RELIABLE WOMAN with 
own tfaneporlalkin lo land a 
lathar'a 2 -amaO cMldren 
during momlnfl hotira S t.m. 
to S a.m.; tranaport Ifiem lo 
daj^^inar- Salary open. C^l 



Salaa paraona to bo iminad 
In raally aaloa. An oxcallant 
training pregrom. Your In- 
coma la nol llmllad. Ei- 
oollont opperlunlly, Call 
nichard Luiuall lor appolnl- 
mant. 

Town t I^untry Raailori 
S07 Main Ava Mail 
Twin Fall*; kJJho S»01. 



BALES CLERK- 3 daya a 
woak and mora. Muit naia 
aipadanca in aawlng and 
elarklng. Phona (or 
— '-■ — Tawu. 



SALES AND DELIVERY I 
KM hour. Opportunlly lor 
|Mr1-Ilma work. Apptoik 
fflalaly 30 houre par waak. 
Can wart Acmo Partonnet 
Sarvtea, W0445. 



'SECRETARY- Mual be atria 
lo typo S tako ahonhand. 
Pondaroaa Inn, Surlay. Cal 
orOraca. 



733-0931 
TIMES— NEWS 

An aqual opportunity vmplorvr 

■ HHHMHHHMMMM^M^S ' ^ '""^ Inionnalton 



SECRETARY- Soma 
bookkaapbig. |148 waak. 
piuB mad teal Inauranca. Call 
Walt. Aem* Paraonnal 

Sarvica. TiUMi 

SHI AREA Naada- caUtaria 
halp, Ml patrotman. lih 
oparilMi ar^ aki mop 
amplovaa* FwlHlma. pan- 
" 1. Apphr MagK Mountain 



inS BibytttUn and CldU Care 

Bibyallling, day or niflht. 
Drop-lna walcoma. Hot 
maala and anacka. 734-M27. 
BABYSrmNQ In tnyjtpme, 
:acllyltlea and goodauparvt- 
alon, any ape. Call 734^B43. 
Babytlttar naodod close to 
colieaa for 22 month old. 
7344265. . 



Includaa hot lunch, 
arvacka. Agaa 2H -E. 73^- 
WlQ.4ai North Locusl- 
Mslura< woman naadad to 
tiabysU wadnaaday aftar- 
noona only lor 2 children In 
Twin FallB. 34 hra. S43«}M 

erMM117- 

WANTED Melura babysitter 



tMtweenSandU amandSto 

1 0 pm. 

M SttuctioniWintad 
CONCRETE WORK 

CONCRETE WORK, alt 
typaa- Fraa aalimatss. E.B. 

HlgBln»4234fl<W. 

COHTRACTOR 

CARPENTRY AND CON- 
CRETE- Compatltlva prlcas. 
From atari to tlnlsh or pan. 
No Jot) lou'Uu. No lob 100 
small. Carpentry, concrete, 
carpal, formtca, rock laying, 

' ale. Call 733-7W4- 

CONTRACT WELDING 
wintad, you (umlth pikna, 
parts, and malarial i, I pul It 
tooathar. 734^)1 M. 



9ir 



I Opportunity 



OWN t OPERATE your own 
sign buslnaaa Irom home, 
pan-tima. Potanilal aarnlngi 
U1.00O first year. Only tJ.W) 
cam. Write AA ft Aitoclsiaa 
«)3 'D- SI- flupOfl, ID 13360 0( 
call 08-3832 avanlngs. 
INCOME PROPERTY In Filar. 
4 housaa plus vacant 
dDut>1a-comar lot. Eicallant 
fental damana artd Income. 
Aasume low interasi kMn. 



IRISH REAL ESTATE 734- 



8217. 



ragoa, 

(y ro- 



t^Sflm-nS S€L€CTIONS^ 

Check The Christmas Classifieds to 
Find Or Sell That Special Item 



tako cara ol 
cattia this wintar; farming t 
Irrigaling in the eumm«r. j 



THOUSANDS Ofl 
' OPOIMOB Cati Aim, Op. 

pQtiuninee, Bgi Loe 
. Ooodamettm ni-nn cot- 

, ia<t 

WANtCDi Otttca Manager 
• rojaooataapa' lo* madmffl ' 
' »ua Urn h>m Satary 11.000 
p«a montn and wp BepO'ttf- 
'■^ wpon 4<.a '*<«1>OA| ano : 



QUALITY 0RAVELII1 ' 
For aala with or without tha 
M. NORTH WEST REALTY 
7344111 or Warren Bnggs 
mm*. Blair Oiit'houl 

73045*5 

SPACE ALREADY laaswi in 
rvaw Blue Lakes Mall lor a 
Sandwich Wortd tranchlaa. , 
ApprotKnaMy 90 eaailng. | 
For Inlormitlen Slave 1 
TeyW. 7344000 nylime. | 



Homes For Sale 



4 BEDROOMS, 3 baths, nice 
yar.d, 'double carport. 
t4S,fi00. . Owner wlir carry. 
Shaw Realty, Mary 733-33S7 
or 734-7785. 



BUHLI New 3 bodroomr'2 
bath — humw7- Owner will 
finance at BX Interest. Call 
6*34057, eveninpi 



BUY NOWl Be In by 
Chrlslmaal Selling below 
appraisal ol tSS.ODO. 3 
bedroom home with lull 
baaemant on 1 acre in new 
aubdivlsion. Out ol city 
limits, NW, paved road.733- 
8021. 



BY OWNER 3 bedroom 
house, ^V^ bath, 127.500. 
Terma.731-7B03- 



Sy OWNERI 2 Bedroom 
house on Vk acre. Nice shop 
and aloraga bulldlnga. Cash 
oul and asaume B% loan at 
31 88 per month. Total price, 
337.000. 734-2270. 



COUNTRY bftck B bedroom, 
aiactnc, ahop. Ace Realty 
7334217- 



310.000 DOWN... Is ail you 
naedlo buy Ihia extra nice 
1800', 3 badroom, 2 bath 
homo loeatad on OH acres 



lea. 



FOUR BEDROOM home on 3 
acres tor sale by owner In 
Buhl. Fully carpeted, large 
living room, csrouaai 
-draplacs. room completed 
lor aecond halh, largo 
baeemaant lor aloraga- 
843-4804 or 32IM188 shar B 

and waakarylt. 

FOUR -fietWOOM- Osrage, 
haai pump, air condlllonlng. 
Iirablacaa. Will accept VA & 
FHa financing- MominQalda 
School area. I42,ooo. 733- 



.HAPPY 

THANKSGIVINQ- 
COUNT 



Prastdanttal araa 
Coiy 1 bootoom home. urM- 
Oue oM laihtonad wood 
stove, lovely cuilom kit. 
Chen, now eaipoting 
throughout. A mual la a«a 
U7.S0d,fl84. 



YOUR 



llllll 

ra'K •'^ Ra-xh Loaii 

Uinimum loar^ 1300. DCO 
lmp(t?»»iJ ana unlmpruiwj 

Ed Dickson 
OMe0eor43MM 



TRUCK DfWER 
TRAMMQ 




••^•^•Ka •HK***a-| Wi 
r^^ad ra'a-VMaa n-KaS,:! 

DM f'B T***e Noal 

M tB.-fa-«C 



' Osi ata r»s^t c<aai 
M'ta c*',o> ■^alt 



ThankagMng nvoal will ba 
aur 10 P'apaie In mn 
COvntry aUa uicnan kikq 
aua masiar badroom. »r\\ar 
the eoijr cfiann ot mamiad 
brtek firapiaco m tr»» invyg 
sraa accented by douWe 
Iranch Ooor* oparurtg into 
iMdan.Ortly Uiao !». 

BLESSINGS 

Ca" t>a rov't wtia« fov 
cfiooaa 10 iiva in f^Pvtm 
College Meadows Triis 
homa has a eutainfr dX- 
■ereni design 4 bodrooma. 
brick nraplaeo kn lo"naJ 
dmtng room Fwt baaamani. 
upetaara Uoai lo' laana^t 
aaoano aaduaion M) toe 

GEM 

STATE REALTY 

S29ButLskLMM.N 



030 



■Hon»iFotfi4to 



BY OWNER, TWO andTffie- 
Half Bedroom Homa- 
BoBulifuiiy rodecoratadJn- 
etde and out. Uaal loeatMn. 
Now cuslom made flurtams- 
Close to downtown. Two 
blocks to super . market. 
Storago baaamani, gss 
lumacs. Singla car garaoe, 
(anced-ln backyard with 
largo ahade tree ^nd 
flowera, t2S,K». Phone 
734-2187 or 423-4313 
woekdaye altar^i.lf^KO- 
Weekends anytlms. . . ti . 

COUNTRY ATMOSPHEBEII 

Only minutes from town.- 3 
badroom, 2 bath..at 
MEANDER POINT. . Don't 
breaths a word ol thia, but I 
here they haira a.T.JOire 
private park oul there by, the 

canyon. — 

Calf Hsroia FraileL. lor 
appointmenl. 

\ ROBERT JONES - 
REALTY 



KIMBERLY 3 Badroom. den. 
m balh, large fenced yard. 
S years old. I37.M0. 42)- 
4530. . 

MOVE IN BfiJ^.OAE 
CHR1BTUA8I 4 bodroom 
with ftaeping lofl for addi- 
tional badroom. Lovely re- 
dwood, quality daalgn and 
conitructlon. Maaelve 
llropiiCa. ConlroL .panel 
lighting. Underground 
aprlnklara. ExacutNa Hvk^g 
In fsil growing Sawtoolh- 
O'Lasry school dlitrlcl. 
Owner will oonaid at" trade 
lor Real or Paraonal 
property. tU,600. lani. 

VETERANS • FHA BUYnS 
OONSffCA THMI 3 badraom 
home with lull basootaM and 

additional badroom. Huge 
krwtty pkte Ismlly room, 
detached garage, wtde lot. 
Home has had aaeoltent 
care. Qood Ismlly home, 
Finish upper Hoof lor addi- 
tional ihrrng,U7,B00. 

— AMERICAN"' 

RaaJEstttoftAppralaat 

75WM0 ■ .^ 

Doug Voumar rsi-ooer 

AkUStrono.Oftl ..TUMH 

MaaonOmtth 734-4808 

Dw>l«Vo(Unw m4isa 

kUiv Aklannan ...TM-MSl 



NEED MONEY? 

Aia fou a rtom* o m n'? 
T>gril mor^r I* f*o p'otMam 

wnh ws, w% r>ave n and we 
knom ahal lo do wNA ft Are 
y«u movWigT Do yow *aed 
w*oney la «oi yOu InM lowr 
n»m homo wtth no wlwolo 
tur-iT W^ethor It be U.OtO w 
to 000. ■•• vt Ma rw* 
m»n, rapafmanl ptani 

ataiati'* to r^oma owivi 
Mortgage rata too rvghl 
TryMg to aaawme eiittitg 
moflgage tM afxm 7 
a«« ui Aaa ataM #wTVn 
Loan taa ir^s Ore. 
l oeaionaia 

C3TC0RWS0N. 
TOfERSON 



~ mm 

v.: 



7 0ari 

aUnoa '6" 

4Unoo 'B" 

SLInoo 'lO" 



14 Dirt noin 

•12" '13" 

•15" •17'* 

•18" •21" 



-NEW 

HORIZONS 

CENTURY 
21 

SJWfTOOTH 




CENTURY 

I * • tm»^ 71 



•'(tTH'A.iiUCJurr 



7S4-2111 733-7721 



North Park 




*38,285 



8Vi% HOME LOAN! 

r CM. I it •>..« „, „ 

•W •• I t. ft* MO OHtO*! Iir ( 



yn^u, INC. 



* * *w«X *u«t>^ (n-t^ 



7n t*.»i»o>e St til 



.... ':'j;:i:(V Vtr[lfl\Wt^"»' ' 



-jT^twda V i HQwmtw rW . "1 8 7 B ' -nm »i|. N * w , Tw itvfitHBHi 






CLASSIFIED AD PUT 
OD IN TODCH WITH HOME PROSPECTS! 



lEVERGREEhr 
^'REALTY 

-*■' * 

.OWfTEMPOHAnV BCAUTV 
Brand new and ovar 1800 aq. 
It. Each of lha 3 badroomi 
naa Ita own axterlor dack. 
Cuah ' cafpallna Ihroughoul. 
Haavy InautiUon, thermal 
windowa and ■ firaplaca to 
^atp kaap anaroy coata low. 
All ihia lor only HO,BSO. 

>«>RTH ELM STREET Qood 
lamllv homa In ■ axcallant 
locallon ror achool and 
ahoppino. 4 badrooma, 1 
batha, Mlehan buiit-ini. 
tlrai^*, eovarad patio. 



hUrirynWiv... 

OofofiwItoUf 

QeotOnnnf 7»MDt» 

ROBERT JONES 
■ REALTY 

NEW USTINO Evarythlng 
fou ftava avar tnnlad for 
eoofoftaUa living, t-arga 
timHy room on main noor,' 
dinlng'rooni, 3 badnam wiih 
mutac bUti^ ittachad dou- 
N* earaga witn full un- 



4 HOnOOM BRCK homa 
an antra targa lot. 1S39 Sq.Fl. 
on main flow with finlahad 
baMmant. lU.OOO, . 

GREAT POTENTIAL lor of- 
lie* or 3 ranlali. Oldar I 
tfvti' noma, raaldantlal I 
prolaaalonal lonlng. Qraal 
buyaimSOO. 

OUCT ITREET Oaluia 1 
badroorn homa witn lamliV 
room, firaptaet and ufiiiiy 
room on main floor. 
AHaetwd : car garas* with 
kjta ol tteraga. taoo 8q Ft. 
homa warramad with buyar 
prolactlon plan. Mult aa* 
miionaim.SOO 



LYNWOOD 
. FEALTY 



• • • • 

HOME AND 
OFFICE 



Oracloui livlno condiltona. 9 
badroomi, 2 balhi, and 
doubia garago. Cozy 
llroplaca In braakfait nook. 
Modam kitchan with buill- 
Ina. Ullad at tSe.EDO. Ownar 
will Mnanca. Opportunity 
knockal Don't waltl 



H 



AMLEH 



Re 



lEALTY 
73^4078 

BlaloaAndaraon ..'733-1U7 

JoVco Cola T3M7B7 

NoalBrtttaln 73MM 

OMEMMLETT. BROKER 



• • • • 



HOME FOR SALE BY 
OWNER 1»4 Toxaway Cir.. 
150,000. 3 badroomi. 2Vi 



Ellgibla valarani IIOOO 
down, aaiuma low Intaraal 

V.A. loan or iV,%. Call lor 
aCPOlntmanI 734-UaS. lm< 
madtala oecupincy. 



.lUST U3TE0I 3 badroom 
homa C'oia to MornlnQtlda 
Khool. FIraplacB, doub'a 
oaraga, partial baiamani. 
133. BOD. Call Lynn 
Raamuaaan 733-3807 or al 
Coa -Howard and Aaaoela- 



HomnForSils 



VERY NICE) tadroom home 
Wllh baaomeni and 

□araga/ahop. Zonod cam- 
maiclal. Rocky Mounliln 
Realty 733-1400 or 733-0920 

anytime. 

YOU SHOULD SEE tha In* 
atdfl ol IhlB homal Super 
deluxe, 3 bedroom homa on 
corner lot, with tnaulaiad 
work! hop In rear, shako 
rool. Link lanced back yard. 
Only t54,M0. Qloria, 734- 
S7l2. Town and Country 
Raallora. 733 .0716. 0^13. 

RENTAL INVESTMENT 2 
homea on 1 loi. I2>,000. 
^•wR«alty. Mary T3Mm. 

NEW .Junior High location, 4 
bedroom, 3 year old home. 
Two balha, den, limlly 
room. Coniral air and lull 
llnlihod day-llta baiamant. 
Small rental collage In rear 
for lower monthly paymanta. 
By owner, t47,SiO. Aaiuma- 
bloSViStoan. 733-4391. 



HomuFbrSlIt 



NEW ON THE MARKET. 
Tout ol 4 badrooma In thia 
homo on PrealdenI Street. 
Excollanl startar homa. 
Priced to aell ai 128,900. 
Raed. ess.4344. Town and 
Counuy Realtora. 73M71C. 



NEW HOME In Twin Falla 
with redwood aUlng. 3 
bedroom. 2 baUia, doubia 
car garage, dlahwaahei, 
range, ftreplaca. Builder 
owned. Pre-commltled 
l lnanclng. 145.800. 3M-M 27. 
QUALtrr CEDAR HOME: 3 
bedroom. 2 bath, full baaa- 
Rianl, (enced yard, fruit 
traes, garden, large 
aaeumable SH% loan, only 
S44,900. Marketing Aaaocla- 
taa, Realtora. 734-417S. 



ot - 



lOfToniHomai 



A N E 
B '^S 

REALTY 

1(M3SluoL.KasBI>d.N. 
Twin Fid., kl.no 

733^227 

HANSEN ESTATE, 3 
bsdrooma. aiiachod aariQe. 
haal pump, only t33,000. will 
FmMA. 

OinSTANDINQ VIEW 01 The 
Canyon. 1.B Acrai, naarnew 
homa. Two Mreplacaa. 
beamed calMno, electric 
heal. Call lorappolnlmani. 



KIMBERLY. 2 bedroom on 
CMfer SIraai. Immeditie 
poiieaalon. ' 

TonrBatnai^ — iliSttt 

Norma Eail TU-OK? 

llmPauIaon UUiX 

Olennya Paulaon .. Ui-*1X 
Jerry Bodenhammet . . . 

S 1 1 4 



FOR S^LEi^ew 3 badroom 
all electric homa. FHA 
approved. Located In Coda- 
Ing. 733-3065 (Aik.lcr .loy) 
day. fl3<.i3<Q altar jpM. 



ment land. Uwely 

build horns. Btiaw Really. 
Maiy.73M3a7734-77W. . 
11A ACRE, underground 
uilllUeB, panonmk: view. T. 
P. Schoola, oloae In. 19900. 
R«ailoT-own«d.733^I. ■ 
B ACRES. Bultl. itrMim, ITSO 
down, trade pickup or car lor 
down. 73t-3SS5. ' 



ACRES. __ 

■dlolnlng. Commwrclal 
gonad. Ace Really 7W5217. . 
1 ACRE lota, cloao-ln. Low 
down paym*ni, low Inleraat 
ratae. Call 733-;>24 or 733- 
37BQ. 



ALL on I^ART 90 acrea 
Daatura. Pisnly of water. 
Eden area. SISOO per acre or 
bwal offer. <2M70a. 



17.000 UNDER APPflAISAL, 
4 badroom, 1 baih, ahop. 
and garage. Ilka naw. Low 
WO'a. Qoodtog. 034-0303. 



WE BUY older homea In 
neacf of repair and alao 
buUdlng allat. Call avenlnga 
40-4313 or 73i-2l»7. 



40 ACRES, no building*, full 
water. EKCalienI place to 
bulldadalrv.324.22M. 



00 ACRES* Qrtvlly ir- 
rigated. Near Hanaan with } 
homea plui oihar good 
improvamanla. Farm Bureau 
Raally. 733-7213 or aienn 
Ichrpedar, 734-6032. 



grom 

tmfy^ - - - - 
lown p*)rmania wiin oarner 
Inanelng. .John RoCiKta, 
M3-81I9. Town and Country 
Reallora, 73M710 f.11 



ONE OF 
AKINDI 



1^ beth, erwowa 
fanor ei»*e, taawtiiui 
atiiraeaa. loiid mapla 
iJlchen 



pnWMatoiMli 
RIDVCCO TO 
We.nC TCRUS AVAILA. 

V^EWACflEAQES 

OiarWJnfl Tbw r«a* wvt 
ouiitMing mm ol l%a 
r%t»f ^wa 'voa K>*i 



LOOKING FOR A HOME, 
PRICED INTHE20*s? 



LOOnNO FOI A HTIMMtHT HOMI lo tla» do*i 



IrfT Ion «l room in ihi( 
rfat.COOOBUrl 



I.OBl. 733-2626 



HI tiM tok^t 

•l>d. Nonh 



MAGIC VALLEY REALTY 



ti ACRE DAIRY- 1 unit 
parlor barn, 2 OM'oom 
1. Loll ol poia<it>al 
1113,000. Tartit wiiri oi>n«r. 
Haodan Haatty. OOO-nM Or 

I D<ci> Bird, 034.43M 

' OY OWNER n acrai bare 
I land wllh lull water righia 

Pnona 324-41 34 

OY OWNER laig*. camlorta- 
txa country heme on 9 
atrai, wtth 3 bedrooma, 1 
bama, targe covered paiw. 
I luepitca, and tan0K*o«d. 
1 with neaiad anap and 
machina arMd Bam srxi 
corrala Shown b» ippo.ii, 
ment only. PtKwe 31*-nU 
\ DYOWN[RllHAct«a.Cden 
I area. 200 iiiiabia New 
; aprinkler handlinea Cell 

4W-9_?00 

' CHOiCC th<xy K acatarm, 

tM'n .,in lvm^« cr-t 
'OOm. '-^Ul toa'ins »fi*0 

mathina ••lOp j 
twd'oon Ka^a 
tiaaa'^«'<t B^i i*' * r*:^ 

d^l'ie ta*ni m.'.'i c B-V>vt 
Iha^o'n• C*'; ruC4K 
lo> Twj Rjta c^rf:> !■*<■ 

"^■'J 

CMOCt tij A:i*t MM' 

t.— T^.( .( ^ |h« >,.v„. 

♦•••"t w9 "sat* i*^ 



BARE ACREAQCS- Building 
altai, Mobile home allaa. 
Botwean Twin Fitli and 
.Joroma. From l.fl Acraa lo 
10 Atr»s. HinSy Raalh'. 

K4-43M or r 4-4393. 



Mobile HonmlorSila 



19H NASHUA trailer home, 
WxtO witti two TxV ax- 
panalona. Located on 
Orcherd St., Hagarman. 



00 YOU WANT AN ACRE 
With tha twet vtaM on tha 
tract? No rock. 3t4 north and 
eail sr Curry. Archla 
Maione, 324-6002, 



FOR SALE, ID acre lota 
Nonnwiilol itrama. 11500. 
■a,»«-aC22. 



FOR SALEi 
Norihwaai ot .la/ome. f t2±0 
P>recre.3W-M22. 



■HAQERMAN VALLEY 
ESTATE* 
100 ACRE Sportman-a 
Paradlae. vv mita ol RIvar 
Irontage. hay. pattuia, apr- 
Ing water, pondi, good up- 
land bird, duck hunting, and 
llahing on propany, Suparfi 
3 badroo/Ti. 3 baih. 3200 
aquara fool home, 
paitoremic view ol river end 
huia. Call lech McCell or Ed 
Buna lot deWla. MARKET- 
INQ A880qATES,73«-4979, 



PRICED TO BEUI 1B73 Titan 
mobile homo, 14X70. 3 
bedroom, 3 batha, gas 
rangaflumace, dlshwaaher. 
Excellent condition. 334- 

2087. 

PRICE REDUCED I Im- 
macuUle; ddubl* wide 
Olphmtt 3M0. Financing 
■valtaUe. Space f53 Laiy -I. 
InquIra Bpaicef GS. 73340S0 
orTO-MTO. 



REPO 

TAMADRON 
DOUBLEWIDE 



CAaiOOAVI 

BROCKMAN'S 
MOBILE HOMES 

3 mllM nortfi of Penlna 
8rtdB« on Hlghmy n and 
tntmlM aO JuiWllDn. Phona 

TOP CASH PAID 
FOR6,1012of14W]DES 

Alio travel trallera and 
pick-up camperi. 

BROCKMAN'S 
MOBJLE HOMES 
Call coliaci. 734<C20 or r4- 
4203. 



SIDE GLANCES 



by GItl Fox 



niMView reaMenllal build- 
ing lot at Meander- Point 
aub-dlvlaion Underground 
utiliilea oiih ptitate park. 
arK) paved road*. 114.000. 
733-«3Bl, 



RUSTIC ACREAGE. * 
baaroQRit, TV) balha. eii 
ceoer aWmg. aha he rool, 
wood windowi. lava rock 
llreplace, on J acrei, 
aoulhwail ol .leioma. 
H7.000 Call Tom Floyd. 
»4-«l3 or Haartora Un> 
limited. 73M107 



SECURITY AND SANITY 
ASSUneOi e aleem eoea up. 
b*oo4 preaaure gota down 
on theae i qvW country 
ac(«a. Thar'U grow anytNrig 
I'Om cabbao* 10 COwa Nica 
tacani home and oui 
buiiOMOt SM.OOO Real 
tatata Seniles TP-Mil 
J 10 10 ACAE PARCELS- 
BwM area Owner cat>ea 
fja.fOlB Of 734 JI31 

Wu-'t-f*4141 

Two ACftIS canal water 
•iK-^'^J S-W Modern I 
(tory a SaargnAi.adetociric 
fVfotaca. ) tatfta. 
•nac>^•d I Qaraoa Barn 
toe* 'M>n Waal Cnd 
"•a", i«touo>B'0*4war. 



107S VAN DYKE Mobile 
noma. 24itO. Waa lie.aOS.. 
aava 12.099.. now 117,400. 
Oaieway Trailer Cenler, 
Blakt al Addlaon Ave. W. 
TM-WIO. 



10(U 2 badroom, eacellent 
condition, t4400, 1000 down. 
380 par month. Delhrerv and 
aet-up Inclwdad. Kaolanoo 

Homea. ro-raw. 

10 X N Champion with new 
carpela. appltancai. Qood 

r ental Income. 423J0 73... 

1B77 24X00 Sllvaicrail 
daiuiB. Carport, daca 0 
paik). rattieaiitlon air. 10X10 
garden houae. Corner lol. 
MoUle Ct. #130. 734- 



JS." 



IX3S Vallar houaa tor aale. 
PartlaOy fumlahed. Phone 

431 -eaw. 

TBH 'Li X n- witn ■ 1 tr 

eiparxla 3 Ei*Oax>ml. all 

COD Fwn.l(WuitHovaM 

I bedn^om mooue tiome. 
earpetad. partially 
tumianad. HaAaen. No p«ta 
4 m2t3 

1 BCDROOM ho<T.e. 1139. 
S«cuniy dapoait raouued. 
C»«Bobo'Kan)4dn>0404 
3 Bfpnoou. iimiiy room. 
■irepUca, dlihwiaher. 
ga(»9«. nKa locatkin lUO 
Poptar • HOC depoalt 
7»4.'Waher O^M 




WHY R6NT7 When tor 
money down and paymenia 
ai low aa tllO pel month you 
can OWN your own }-3 or 4 
bedroom home In Jerome. 
For Inlormallon call 734-4S7B 
or 3244040. 



tG FimApHtDupltiN 



1 BEDROOM Single adult, 
no pala or children. fllO 4- 
utiliiiaa * ISO aacurtly d^ 
pom 73X332. 



2 badroom baaamani. tIBO 
month, no peia/chiidian. 
Ralaiancairdapoati Non- 
ahMjliara m^0t3. 



FnEBHLY REMODELED 
AfiartlKaj^ti For Ram In 
Filer- 1 Moroom. turnlthed. 
appllancai, hr, wale', aanlta> 
t»n. elKtnclty and gai 
lutniihad- Depoalt. Call 



FURNISHED ONE Badroom 
afMnmanI, all utllliai In- 
cluded. tlH. e month plua 
depoeK.m424e. 



INEXPENSIVE* AlUSCIlve, 
eiceilant neighborhood, 
aingla non-amoker , 734-n09 . 



LARGE STUDIO- Slova, ra- 
Irlgaratoi. all utilltlaa 
lumiihed except alectdettv. 
033 ShOlhona fit H. 733-an. 



LUXURY Duplex wUh 3 
t)edroomi, 2 balha, living 
room, kitchen and dining, 
lamlly room, llraplaca, air 
condlllonad, ooroge plui ex- 
tra parking area, lawn eara 
lurnlihed, no Bmall chlMran. 
t3D0. Call 734-4411 diyi. 
73344S0 avenlngi btkI Sun- 
dayi. 



ONE Badroom Aparimanta- 
carpeled. a lac trie neat. Iota 
ol itoraga. Canyonvlila 
Aparlmanta. 110 Martin 
Sueal aiB 



ONE BEDROOM Apartmarl- 
no children of pali All 
utiJHiai paid. See at Cota 



SIERRA E8TA.TE8 2 
bedroom, covered carpon, 
ma|or appllancaa. WID 

hook-up. 1013 Toiaway C>r- 
cle.Nopeti.73M0M 



KITCHEN APARTMENTS lor 
wodJng couplea or alngte^ 
149 per wee*. 1201 KJmberly 
Road,73WM 



, 7 badro 



lined 



AfTTHMOURl 
M aw^Oa mn . 7U.»fii 
iK* rx xm 



R 



OBBINS 
EAITY 



Sin< <- I'l.'.N 



nuiiKfUi run I^ICK SALE 

3Mi«)nt lo->.»r 'oo™ 3 bars* 2 1.,»t>i,c 
*wcwd fmtd 1 iw •QUO* tM< t>«, t.fMy 
3 r«wt aM mn4 aA«n, 

■W— ^■^f Oo'pKvi toTiSnti*.-.e 



L-WKJ'.'f CCfSTPT HOaiE I 

1 Twv^ Faua i,(opi«c< 



» • I i^.S'.,^i_ •"■■•■•i^Sa ti*a»*»M* 

- JJMirt i*..,;tp,^ 
'?>a.»:-a Ci»-t't*-.ti»>t T}« •d- 



COROOM brick. 

peiaO. at' 
lactwd garage, rw pala tJ4S 
Ca!i«3V4471 



LOOKMD FOR A HOUSE OR 
APARTMENT? CaJl Oumci a 
73»»40, 



LUKE'S MANAOEMENT- 



opartmentB. all tUea. HO to 
tlM. UtUHIaa furnuhed 

ntAm.7U4m 

ONE BEORqOM. iixig 
moMe (wme. no amoaera, 

pell im Couple mmy 

PARTIALLY FURNlBHtD 
DUP^X^ - 7 b*Jroon<, no 
cMldranfpai» 1700 TU- 



BTUDC APA«TMIKT AJI 
utiiliea 1179 per mo«th 



THREE 
BEDROOM Duplex- ek>—4n. 
quiel ilraal, IH 
batn.rirtpLaea, lull baae- 
mant, Adulla only, no peU. 
taao. Phona 734-Ttr- 



TWO BEDROOM Aparl- 
mtnta. No pau. LaurM hrk 
ApartmanlB. ITS Uawiln H.. 

734-4118. ■ 



FOR RENTI 2100 aq. ... 
Warahouae with olllce. Call 
j3 4-a323. 

FOR LEASE 
-6 ROOM OFFICE SUrTE 

Downtown location, heat, 
water & nr condlltoning 
lumlahad. Plenty of pBddng.- - 
Call .11m Hlgglni. 733-1448. 

HIQH TRAFFIC location on 
Waihlnglon Blvd. Lot all* 
12S X in. Meat for ustd car 



ramodai or dIvWe lo Bpeclll- 
catton for tha rtght paraon. 
Inquire at Taylor Rarriala. 

734-4147. 

NOW LEASINOI New OOftV- 
merclal and warahouae 
bulldino* 10 be conatnicted 
Id youc radulramenlt '- on- 
East Klmbaily Road. 734^ 

23M. ■ 

OFFCE SPACE FOR LEASE. 
300 Sq. Ft. iiso par month, 
TOO sq. Ft 1300 par month, 
7>M000or7aMin. 
*OFPICf. SPACE Now 
AwBibli'CaM7»K»l, • 



as: 



.•Quar* 
BBlonal 



WAMHOUBEBnCI 



*ttm StCiwg 
*filg I 



r 
I 
I 





TWO BCOROOM J Plaa- 
luliy carpeiad, drapaa. 

condHkjruno. laundry t»clUI- 
lea. coTvad partif>g area. 
No peta 1330 73t-ti71.~Ot 
alter 7pm. 73i4iM ot U4> 

P97 

TWO BCOROOM apanmenL 
carpeted Ihiougnoui. 
Electric heal, nore and 
(•lr;e»iatoi 1140 a rnoTHh 
t7S cleaning depoalt 
timtted mcome uaiMiunij' 
pMpia. in.oae, l peolpa . 
li:,a)B Wopta 7»-gi« ( 



location H wUl eenaarl 
withowl eapenae lo owsar, 
U7.m, Real Eatate 8ar>tea. 
7U-141B 



VERT Nk* t bedroom i-piai 
a»armant. an aaacvic. a» 
cond<i>onad, apt'-ancai. 
taundry lacaR«l. carponi 
Water tum>ahad Mo fwi 
IZ3aai.iadaeoa/t TSMM 



'. AOULT PAMK. I4XM Mts* 
wnum. ad aiectnc or gee 
734-1 TO 

tPACt '6n KINlUn 04 D 
laobaa Couri i*<ar<^ QM 
D4-IJ5t 



(CE£.XEPf A.-ih: 



CQjnmWARD 

& ASSOCIATES. RULTORS 



I 
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'r«c>«:« ] I've 

■•».rWS PSf^ Jlt -a<n 

M.Aiba ►•!«-* SM tf Me-h 
£a- na'a-*>k[ei 0a;-ci i 
.w?^r»i «.3pa- > t)B.f.-n 



UK t: 



tttSAVEtO 



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*77,5(M) 



.a9^5M 

CALL TODAY MflS 



Fi;.|n La<;a ) s .* 
•ae>acw 't-a l.t- 
»*a*^_*oai_^i tft'ai^ 

tO" PiHT~i^ '.iiM ") 

M»x<»> iwr »■•: «i ai 



S-s-.^^y-• 
W '✓••*'»ad 
'Ua BB»ri7aPia'lt^ 
ClIAh 1 imztwuf v*n 
ce-K TM . tJB 

rti Am h nacai: > 7» 

- 



-ajeui'osiwi*". -- 




-•ollw I t* 



\ 734-2292 

I TO mw tmh imni * 

I n un tconriiTi wniiMt I 

i 01 aoMi ra ui untoniii B 



«»-■«■ I l»HA^i*-Aral I--»W'» I \ 



II*.*- •*»*«>*-- I,-;.. 
..• .<■■.>!*• Ml 
Ki ail-aujM 
■• »»»r ^t-^a •. t 
a->f <t atw> •• 
J"*'* I X - .— 
,« lai Mu< «• 



FALLS APARTMENTS 

T^• lo'!» Aj^3r»^»* ., O'a OJO '1 

*'i e r- c-t» ^o>a tjoj J b»-J' tx'ti 

•So"*' o'>.t fco" 'o'-oi lv'''>t*>ed Meoi 

■ t •'•('!,; A" k,>(K».'i 0[S'' O": •» 
t;'.,^ 'i 0".i l'.fH-.'»u <»r"«i 

CALL 734-6600 



'.B-10Tlm«»;NAwa,TwInF«lta, Maho fu^Bday, NoyBmbarXB.IffTS' - 

Oswald Jacpby and Alan Sontag . 

A wide defense disparity- 

I club in; somehow or other 
ii-M-A poor South got confused In • 
ji _. ^^Qimj up 



y Q i u — " 

♦ AKJIIT 

4 A7S3 



WEST 

* K1II7|) 

¥084 



♦ 5" It 



EAST 

♦ A J8 

♦ Ka2 

♦ S4 2 

♦ AKge 



- SOUTH 

♦ Q42 
¥ A J763 

♦ QlOS 

♦ <J4 

Vulnerable: East-West 
Dealer: South 
Wcit North Cait South 
INT 

Pass 3 NT Pass Pass 
Pass 



.Opening lead: ♦ 10 



-ly lth - Justtwo trtiAa fo r down ' • 
seven. 

At table .two, East made 
- the super brilliant lead of the 
six of clubs at trick two. 
South could do nothing bet- 
ter than to put up his queen 
and it held. 

Now South ran off 
duminv'a diamonds, took a 
heart finesse and wound up 
with 12 tricks because the 
defenders had each chucked., 
a heart. 

' A typically British com- 
ment was that the hand 
might have broken some 
sort of record since one 
declarer made 10 more 
'tricks than another. 




By Oswald Jaeoby 
and Alan SootiK 

Both teams in the finals of 
England's Gold Cup used 
weak notrumps, although 
when each South opened one 
notrump he had really car- 
ried the weak bid a trifle too 
far. E^ach North went right 
to three notrump and each 
West opened the 10 ot 
spades. 

Each Ea^, took his ace 
and then they parted ways. 
At table one Eaat played nb 
ace ot dubs. West dr^iped 
the Jack, a play that clearly 
denied the queen so East led 
his laek of Rpadei. The de> 
fenw had lU ipades and a 



♦ 2 

V AQS 

♦ KQ86S 



you open one club. Part- 
ner responds one heart. An 
Iowa reader wants to know 
what you do next. 

We simply raise to two 
heaiis. 

( KEW^j^Cei Crm^HPIUSE ASSN. J 

(Do you nave s <f$f>llon (or 
the experts? Write ■■Ask the 
Expena," card oftMa newspa- 
per. Mlvlduil qussUona will 
be answe/bd It accompanied 
by alampetj. aalf-aOareaaed 
anvalopoa. The moat fntamat- 
big queaUona will be uaad in 
ttila column and mrill receive 
cop/w ot JACOBY MOOe/M.^ ~ 



UKE NEW 10" Rockwell 
Ubia oaw. 1200. 1901 B«ji 
yW.Runa.«30Q. 733-7805. ■ 

MARY CARTER CENTER 
UNRNISHED FURNITURE. 
Ofuigra, choaia, Saaha, 
rockan, chalra, roll top 
daika, cradlaa, toy boxoa, 
atooti, and mlacolJanoouB 
llama. ?110 4m Ava, G,. |u«l 
TitfEamnd,T13-3iW. 
MUFFLERS insiallod while 
you wait. Complaie mulli'er 
SaMca Includlno cuaiom 
dutia lor oar and pickupa. 
ABBOTTS AUTO SUPPLY. 
303 Shoahofw Bl Soulh. 



TESTED and approved by 
mllllonia ot homamakora. 
BliM Luairo oarpal idsanar 
l atopa. Kronpala. 



USED OAROEN TRACTORS 
a MOWERS. Good aalac- 
lion, from tlO In SIDOO. Oom 
Eqwlpmanl Lawn & Lalaura, 
<0fl3ftdA»a. S.T33-T4M. 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Full 
alza ttandard daah, USD. 
SocraUry chair, UO. Sitn- 
dard 4 drawar flla cabtnot. 
ISO. Central Offica Equlp- 
manl, 734-Bau. 10J W. Ad- 



PHILCO automailc ra- 
frleanlor, S'. Evor Fraah 
fraazar, about 13'. Ttbla. i 
cttalta. 8«d mailraaa. Coflda 
labia. Many olhar ihlnai- 



Sarvica for 0 Cnina and' 
Cryaial aaia. Navar uiad. 
l2MoroHaf.733-fl<ai. 
SEVERAL SO oallon banala. 
Alao wood and ataal lanca 
poila. SU mllaa waaton Bob 
Barton Hwy., waal of 

■ taromaor 733-iQtt5. 

SINOER Sawlnfl macmna, 
walnui cabinai. Excallani 

condinon. tTMOM. 

3 STEEL battad ladiala. 2 
aluddad anow-tlraa. 3 
mountad ataal ballad radiala 

( alliy|lo-MM. 

SUPER GIFT lor campata. 
Ilaharman, aurvlval... water 
purHlaf.OnlyllO.TM-am. 
^TANDEU AXLE IraUar Irima. 
wliri ••heal*, urea and Uoor. 
I3M. 73X314. 



USED COVER-ALLS 



:*t Need* LEAF CUTTER BEE 
BOARDSl ^Plaaea call 
VWIkanlnfl.733-10M. 



SPOT CASK. We buy qood 
uaad Items of valuo,' 
furnllura Included: TSj-TtU. 



WESTERN AUTO 
INTWINFAUS 
IS EXPANDING! 

iloaing out marty 
isin ouraioro,,, 



•AUTO PARTS 20.63% OFF 
•PAINT .... Uplo30\OFF 
•HARDWARE 

fTEMS »%OFF 

•ELECTRtC 

8UPPUES 20% OFF 

"BAROAIN - 

TABLES SD%OFF 



solo 



ATTEHnON: LEAF CUHER 
Baa Botrdi WANTED] 
Pflona 733-QH1 or 



IMMEDIATE CASH FOR: 
Silver colrto. allver dellara. 
gold eolna, aerap sold, eoln 
colleclloni. Idaho Coin 
aelleriM.-119 N.- SROIIwna 
SI.73MS03. 



WANTED NIOHTCR- 
AWLERS: Phone TM-*9**. 
QIINIend Bill, 329 Addlaon 
Ave. Wait. Open Sam tilt 
flpm.CloaadSalufdava. 



WOULD IMe lo buy lull alia 
achool bua In oood 
machanlMl eondlllon. Write 
e/D Bos Y-1), 'nmea Newa, 
B0K84B,TWInF«lla,)D. 



ShonindCMhIng 



ANTIQUESfCOLLECTIBLES 
at your mafllc Swap Shop, 
W Male Ava. E.,Twrn Falla. 



OAK Cannal QIaii Hooalar, 
unique double roll. Hour bin, 
eicellani, t3SS. Oak 4B" 



RED BARN lOM North 
Waahtnoion. Dtahaa, 
lumltuie, Pilmltlve. Buy and 



KINO B Flat Tenor 
Saxophone. 1200 or bail 
oHer.Cell73M<17. 



NEW. VAMAHA punoa and 

ofQini. UiM plinoi. band 

King. Bun'd^. WARNER 
MUSIC, 1JS North ahoihone 
InTwInFalit. 



■COMPLETE Home Entine- 
.Inmenl Centerl (1) AM/FM 
Toehlba etarao receiver, 
'SA 620. » walla per 
channel, can adapt to tape 
dooka & 1 tape player, also 
two turn'lablea. «1 Rotal RP 
S300 lumUble wllh Individual 
45 & 33 apeed control, also 
ipr. .lifBo. apaakore. (3) 
Toehlba PC *OXl stareo 
caaiette deck wllh Dolby 
ayatam and record level 
Knobi, fader control knobs & 
Individual channel rocordlng 
knoba. Mual aell «a com- 
plaie unlll Only 5 raonlhi 
old. 733.S1S4 or 731.21Bi. 



MAQNAVOX 23" color Iv on 
awlval baaa. tZSS. Caln'a 
CiaarancB Canlar, 733-7111. 
Zenllh atereo ayitam, liko 
new. (150. 73MM2. allor S 



-LOOKINQ FOR a new car? 
Sell your old one wllh a 
Claailllad Ad for iha (aalast 
raaullB. Dial 733^1. 



:WE buy and trade tor uaad 
-fymitura and appllancea. 
Caln'a Clearance Canler. 
733-ni1, 



65 YARDS poltl carpel S pad. 
Qood condition. Ots loo for 
»alnalB0.733-fl5TB. 



ALMOST NEWI 1B cubic ft. 
UprlQhl Freaiar. White. 
1300 Call 734-6158. 



ASTRO CHEF Microwave, 
boautllul condition. WOO. 
734.5500. 



BRADFORD 10 pound 
waihor, almoal new, aaklng 
W0fl.73M58a. 



DEXTER Wrlnoer Waaher. 
Racondllloned and guaran- 
leed. (68. Cain's Clearance 
Cenlar. 733-7111. 



30" ELECTRIC Range. 
Reconditioned and ouararv 
teed, tisa. Celn'a Clearance 

" er. 733-7111/ 




30" QIBSON electric range, 
aolf-cloanlno oven, Ilka now. 
-guaranteed. t3O0. m-Tm or 



Freel 3 female btack- lab 
guppleB.^wealK old. <23- 

■QERMAN SHEPHERD 
PUPPIES- Priced l» lo»3S. 
Call73Mlfl0. ■ .„„ 
HAPPINESS la a halr ciH at 
Shorrloea Poodle Pult.for 
trie -Holldayl.- AJI.,.breed 
grooming, poodles -for 
apecUlly. 734-4272, 

PtQEONS ■)} 

COME FLY WITH U8t' 
MINtCASSlA - 
RACINO HOMER CLUB 
SO To 600 MILE RACES 
CALLR.B. KKIOENS 

_4»m . 



PROFESSIONAL QROOM- 
INQ - VacallonIno? flttxiard 
your dog. Chen Miller Ken- 
nela 421.6104. 



Pure-brad German Bhorlhalr 
hunltno doga, lual right for 
Chflatmaal 734-5260. 



BELLI WIREHAIRED Polnt- 
IngQRiFFOH Pupplaa. Qood 
huntlt>o atock. Call 4234482. 



KENMORE electric dryer. 3 
drying cyclea, guirantsed. 
fWB.So. Caln'a Clearance 
Cenlar. 733-7111. 



EARLY AMERICAN rocking 
chair, excalfant eondlllon. 
I39.CS. Caln'a Clearance 
Center. T33-7111. 



FRENCH Provincial 3 place 
aactlonat aola, 3 chalra. 2 
and Ubie, $460, 733-8307 

-- 2t,.m. 



KENMORE Gaa Range- 40 " 
iftde wlift oven and bfoJIar 
above puti out butner. 
Storage under burnara. 
Good condllion. 324-4050, 
NORQE heavy duly gaa 
ciolhea dryer, uia on natural 
DM^ or propane, I6S. 733- 

I PORTABLE DISHWASHER, 



SILVER. TOY POODLES* 
Reglalered, 1 male, 1 
lemale. 179. Call 637-0116. 
Alter 5pm. 637-6617. 



120 



ATtolkm 



FLYING CLUB openlngl. Fly 
l72/ta2. 734-4057 Of 
LEARN TO FLY. Flight 
Inatruction and aircraft re- 
ntal/charter. Phone .loe 
Roundy'a Skywaya, 733- 
™' Evening a 734-2777. 



S.T.O.L. 1BBS Turbo-Casana 
2DeP. Full Robenaon 3 blade 
- - . , prop, Laroa tirea. Qood 
i F°PP/,!I°."-*' Sfiocslno block radio'*. BOO- T.T.— 1250- 
t op.W, 734.6135. 1 8.M.O,H.t30.W0.ra>4 pl4, 




US... 



PHONE 733-0931 



Below you will find mony services ovoilabli; from Mogic 
Valley Businesses. Check with our Service Directory when 
you're in need of o professionot. The firms below olfcr the 
fines! in service ond quality products. Check with one ond 
see! 



SERVICE 
GUIDE 
AND 
DIRECTORY 

3 LINES... 
30 DAYS . . . 



1 



, RENT TO OWN, New ' 

Whiilpool appllancea, aa I 
. >aH2amonm. 731-4080. 

Gmall Compact HOOVER ! CHRYSLER BOATS and 
, Waihing Machine. New I molora. Calklna tratleia 
■ 1270 1 year old, tIBO. 733- 1 'erome Implement Co . 

, 6B3l,a>mprQena, i 32*-3311. .lerome 

WASHER AND DRYER In I ''UST RECEIVED! 7 n«w 1Q7B 
' good cofio«len. Phone 733. I Qlailron t>o*ia. Shoo now 

. 6567, I for choice aeleciien. No 

~ I paymenta unlll May 'lai. 
I Qem Equipment OWN AND 



DUO-THERM mobile home 
ell healer. Queranieed. 1146 
Celn'a Cleeranea Cenlar, 

733-7111. 

LARGE oil haaiat with 
eleetrtc Ian & atove pipe 150 
Small oil heataf (n 637- 

tt23 

USED Stokeraaiic. 4 
Seigis' gaa haiiar w1t^ 
blove'- EicMlenl conoilion 



KEEP YOUR BOAT 
INSIDE 
THIS WINTER - ; 

Limited aiorage stUI imub- 
ble Reaame yourt no«l 
Saaaon ri^ta. 

CENTUR? 

AUTOMOTIVE 





, - Put Your Guqrdriteed Results Ad 

tf-^Aie A m d^m^^i^'^ For Your Today 7^3-093f 



t» AutoPvtt&AcctuortM 




HO ^ Tnida 


Hickay aldswlndBr wancti, 
BOOg lb. cipaclty, wlwo 
■dipiOTfor 77 or aaillsr Ford 
Bronco. 432-«:n. 


1077 ■ HONDA ACCOR[>- 
2S.0OO mllaa. Natt llraa, 
Oood ahapa'. 425-4420 or 

73»B54. 


1S7S FOttO Pickup F-1B0, 300 
V«, mao wtwato. .ii tarraln 
||ra».^g>njwr ahall. Aliar B 


"TANDEM or UiJIar, slocirto 
brakaa, tool box. usad onca, 
asking tIBSO. 73446S8. 
WE REBUILD Hydraulic 
Jacks Bl ABBOTT'S AUTO 
SUPPLY^ Shoahona SL 


-1974 YAMAHA 360 Enduro. 
Uka naw. low mlLaga, maka 
oflar. 734-601 B. 


1B70 FORO F^, 3 Ion, 4 
■Paad, 3 apaad raar and. 18' 
bad wj aloch rack. Good 
wr^Won." Call avanlngi, 


1«. Tiucfcl 


1B7D Font Htort . 380 4 
apMd, Runa Qood. Oood 
Hraa.nOO. 334-3048. 


2-li Typt FlbarqlH* FRONT 
END (or 1H74S Cimaro. 


1077 CHEVROLET Lova- low 
ntllaaga, ataal ballad tiraa. 
vary cTaan. 9434263. 


Itn Ford Hton, 30,000 
mOi^naw llraa & brahaa. 


1^ irjwai a tH^]|Haa 

HAHLEY DAVIDSON 
moloroyclgi. Jaroma 
rmplamatit Co., 32^3311, 


1963 CHEVY Mton, runa 
good, no roiaonabia olfar 
rafuawl 1734-3809. 


107B FORD 3f4 Ton Supar 
Cab- automatic (rana, powar 
alMringlbrakai. ndk), air, 
300 angina. Exeatlani cotidl- 
llon.Call3}44t2l,atlarepm. 


im CHEVY Cuatom Daluxa 

with Inaulatad campar ahall. 

Excallant corKlKlon. 734-4738 
anar4PM. 


1074 FORD VAN 303 V-S 
axcaltani condition. tMOo! 
3344408. 


ISTB HARLEY DAVIDSON 
tlOO cc Elactra Qllda, 
Canlannlal modal. Full 
draaa, low mllMoa, Uka 
Nawl MUST SELLl Call 
8tavaat73M1lO 


1073 Chayanna U ton, V-S. 
automatic, powar, air. 3 
Unka.nS00.94M913. 


1073 FORD U Ton, 400 
_anaiiMJbliw.2lonk43200 or- 
ba at olfar. TSUno. 


1003 CHEVY Pickup- JUBl 
ovarttaulad. Prica iffS. Call 
314-3097. 


1071 Ford Hangar «ion PU, 
300 cu., auxiliary tank, akta 
plpaa, runa ft looka graati 

Aaklnal2t00.»«477a. 
1073 GMC Hton Slarri 
Qranda, 360 V-8. automatic, 
powar. air. UK whaal. haavy 
duty luapanilon. radial 
tiraa. TXMOIfl. 


1B7B HONDA OL IWO, 1.000 
mllaa, vltVar tettrino. ans>"" 
bara, lUBoagt rack and 
backratL Bnnd mw tiraa.- 
Parlact condWon. Call US- 


1B73 CHEVY 09 Sariaa, dump 
truck, wMandam axla. 
Combination hay/praln 
truck. 30 tl. hay trallar. 636- 

am. 


1073 YAMAHA 3B0 RT molor 
cycla. Raal eWtn, low 
mltaao».CallT34'7m. 


19T2 Chowolfl Sukurtart, 
auloiralio, air, good condt- 
tlon.734-300D. 


1S00 QMC Suburban. V-0. 
tOOO 734.1878 


13B HtAf EQtripflWflt 
For Silal Modal I13S 
Michigan. 334-134]. 


1077 Chavy Hton. 4 apaad. 
radial llraa. Good condlllonl 
837-4733. 


3 sraan valval caplain 
chain, 3 padaalala, alnk. to* 
box, 3 cabtnala. bad. OOO. 
7344014. 


1971 DODQE Uut-Van. 318 
automatic, powar ttaarlng, 
cttptua. Qooa mllMQa, 
uiaa no oil. 734-3388. 


JOHN DEERE 
USED 

MDUSTRtAL EQUIPMENT 

J. 0. S44 LOADER 
(28000 

J.D.300BACKHOE 

J. D. MA. LOADER 

(34 500 
J. D.flO^CKHOE 

(24000 

EaiOTTSINC, 

inOvarttrKl Am. 
Burtay, Uaho 

mm 

Bob Hou•to^ Salaa Rap. 
HomaPtwmTSS-im. 


1071 Inlatnallonat PU, 949 

V-8, automatic, air, powar 

ataarlno/brakva. Good 

coAdltlon.T34^. 

ISM Patarbm- 3S0 cunwnlna, 

4x4. good rubbar, naw paint, 

with 40' Frualuul trallar. bail 

ddva wllti 0 HP rrMtor. top 

condllk)n.r4-85S7. 

lITt RANCHERO Pickup. 

(food condition. Call 733-7W 

dava. E*«nlnai. 6434026. 


19S7 DOOQE pkkup. 318 four 
aOMd, AM/FM 8-tnd(. njna 
good. t4».nM579 alms. 


1977 EL Camano Claaalo- 
maialHo Uua/whHa. malch- 
ing Qam top campar. 
■oadtd, Low mllaaga. 324- 
UM. 


tBTI FORO PICKUP F-29a 
Hangar 4x4, Ilka rtaw. 49.000 
mllat. apoka whaali and 
radial llraa. SOl-3341. OiUay. 
Altar 7. e01-3Sn. 


REPO1 1974 FORD Rangar W 
Ton- 13300 or bati offar. 1977 
Toyou Craw Cab. 34,000 
mllai. (9800. Call 73^4408. 


Itn FORD Vtton PKkup. 
Complataly racondiitonad. 
Supar anapa.7)4-1689. 


1070 U Ton CHEVY PKkup: 
300 V4, wtth air. mall, 
aulomatlo Irani, ailra fual 
tank, man* olhar ailri 
faaturail Claan. wail kapt 
willt troubia ftao hlatory. 
PrIcMl at UNO. CM HHin 
•llarBom. 


ttn FORO 1H wlin llt>aro^ 
aaa aftall. auiomaUc tniv 
mlialon, powar ataartng. un 
wiMl, aicatlant condition. 

taaoo. TSHiti. 





laport-6po(iiCn 



B; CAMPER with ovefshol, 
■laapa 4. t4TB! 643^073. ' 

tX\m: Of>ly 1340. Huntor-a 
Autotown, 933 Addlaon Ava. 
Wr Cam para anywharal 
lOra Chavy Chayanna Vt ton 
»M*haol drfva. Aulomallc, 
iKiW. wllh 8' quran alia 
cab-ovar oampar-jackfrbool. 
Excallant ahapa. Must aalll 
M,10O:84a46B4. 



ABSOLUTELY^Muat aalll 
1974 Fiat 134 TC, 42.000 
mllai. oood aeonomy car, 
Maka oflar, 423-SilO. 
1972 AUDI L3-1W Woorwilh 
•unnxir (Of taJe. r SOO, Nica 
Inlirtor, 1434337, Ciya. S43- 

e7S4avanlnoa. 

1970 CORVETTE, fuma or- 
aniia, parlacl cofHllllon. 3S0 
V4, magnaalum whaala and 
ort^ whaala. moo. 934- 

IBOBCQRVeilfeT Tor Mack 
Intatlor, naw molor. Noada 
Jlltla wortu Firal 13009 gata III 



IDAHO Crulaar. 14 ahot. 
atova. rafrlgeratar, 3 bada. 
Excallant condition. 734- 
8072.8450. 



1060 Socurlty Camp-Trellar 
Good oorKlliion. MOO oi 
mna Pilar. 94^5S<. 



a07»8* THton41llton Campar. 
n*a naw, with bathroom & 
lutl-alia ovarahot. 7334001 . 



8' Top Cat llbarglaaa campar 
•hall. Exoallani condlllon. 
ecraao«I windowa and 
alWIng arlndow In front. 1400 
or baal olfar. 7334485. 



117 



UotorHoniai 



GREAT FOR Skiing. 1BTB VW 
poHip campar van. 0.000 
mllaa, ' ~ 



1V7S Lancia Scorpion. 13.000 
mllaa. an optkma. t6.00a 

7314788 Of TP.1871. 
CLASSIFIED ADS ara 
number ana with mora 
paopla lhan avar balora, 
Fg^i^n today by dialing 



FOR RENT Sall-contalnad 
mini motor hofnaa, call Rulf- 
t»eaay. 734-3223. 



MQTOR HOME FOR RENT. 
day or waak. 8434370 



UERCEOES BENZ, 1073. 340 
diaaal. fapaad. air condll^ 
oning, 47JI0a mlaa, Im- 
maculala, 110,700. 733-1483. 



MUST SELU 1071 Volkawa- 
Om bua. Supir Qaan. Low 
wUlaaoa. Call 7344789. 



VACATKM SPEOALI For 
r«nl 1978 »lt. Exptorar 
Motor Noma by tha day. 
oMk; or monlfi. Raiarva 
now.. Jaroma Flieua. 
''•roma,334-442B or 7334309 
•vanlns*. 



18 AuloPMiAooaaiorlat 



REPOl 1971 DATSUN 
Wagon- amall dant In landar, 
S.ooo mllai. (4300 or baat 
oHar. Call 7334400. 



1072 TOYOTA COROLLA 3 
Door - low mOaaga. fiallInD 
l or 11300. Call 3W-J11B. 
1074 Volkawapon Van- 
.7paaBangtr,.FM aMr«e, 
Mlchalln tiraa. 13149. 643- 
0841 afiar4ora or 0434071. 



1048 Jaap with canva* top, 



1073 Chavy Chayanna Vt ton 
4-wtiaal drtva. Aulomatlc, 
powar, with B'-^uaan alia 
cat>-ovar campar^acka-bool. 
ExcaHam Bhapa. MubI aalll 

84.100. 64345M. 

1075 CHEVY CHEYENNE 4- 
wAaal drlva. •utomaOe, 808- 

2432- |_ 

.10n-CJ-7~JEEP: Ouadra- 
Trac. aulomallc Iran ami- 
aalon, aolt top, 0700 mtlas. 
89309. Localad at S» 81ua 
Lakaa Blvd. 733-1334. Altar 
5pm.73M101. 

1074 DODQE 4X4 Hairy dutv 



1078 Dodga 4X4 short whaal 
baaa. Many aitraal IMOD. 
33Ma68bafofaBPM. 
1VB OMC 414, ahort bad, 
aulomatlc, 350 V4, many 
aKlnw,t43B9;Mt40n. 



I Singar Frank 

Q Rusiian city 
10 Mlitroit 
12 Mombar ovor 
door 

14 Worthlflis 

15 Chant 

16 Pracioui 
itona 

17 Prolit 

19 Inner (pral.) 

20 Connactlon 
23 African nation 

26 Tavern 
bovaiaga 

27 Eenit, mqaniB. 

30 WtiiianVoTd 

Bcript 
32 Talk" 

34 Soup 
ingTedlant 

35 Btoadwiy 
3e Hoiielry 
37 Moray 

39 English daiby 
town 

40 Bahind 
<2 Show or 

■fr«en'on 



tb Uiich>evour' 

child 
46 WesiBtn- 

hamiiphera or' 

ganiiaiion 

Isbbr.) 
49 SlBlociito 
St Sosm 

54 Record 

55 Becoma. 
.manifett 

5fi Tow n't 

poiition 
57 Maxicsn 

money (pi.) 

^ DOWN 

t Spirit 

2 Drug plant 

3 Purple Iruii - 

4 Bieed'of dog 

5 Cigar rpiiduo 

6 RelBlivB 

7 Bury 

B Britiih school 
0 Opening 
U Volcano in 
Italy 

12 Tiniar 

13 Filth lodiac 



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8 Environmam 40 Broad necktie 
agency (abbr.) 4 l*4Urf o( e 

0 Doilccaied church 

1 Merchant 42 Actreii Nowok 

2 More uncanny 43 Qlliai 



4 Shortly 

5 Sociad imaga 

7 nil |Fr.) 

8 PtepOlition 



>untry 



auipiciout 
Knocki 
Anronaut't 
fany 



44 Qraak iiland 
48 Bolonging \f 
■ ui 

47 Ship ol the — 
Argonauti 

45 Looks 
50 Falsify 

52 Biieball 
Qlliciat (abbr ) 

53 Goll gadget 



ra Back VolUWa- 
gan: naada machanlc. 
Body/rr^olof pood Bhapa. 
RaaionaCiia. t344}37 or 

KM-KHS 



.1974 OODOE Chargar- 311 
motor, front/raar and, Irani, 
radio, haalar, air. miKall- 
anaoua pana, accaaaenaa. 
*9Ba.B34404e. 

NEW and uaad VW pane, 
labullt anginas, all iliai 
FuUy guaranlsad. Will Irv- 
atall, 7U-7H7 ahar 6pn. artd 
anytlma on waakanda. 



1908 VOCKSWAQEN BIKJ- 
Dicallanl condllkin. MjiI 
a— In BjjpfacijUl 734-8037, 



Norm Blihop, SOX bII mov- 
l:^a pari! rafilBcad. Micnalln 
Ursa, AM-FM cataalta. 
sounda grBBi. tlOOO. 734- 



SquarMach. naw 

ass?:' 



Farmers 
Market 



I mo. LOAD (.Ip TOwrntauC 

wtn }t»Viiim \v irK C«!i 

7X34 no 



AntMTKM iLAf cunm 
••t •oBfoa nakTici 
nwns ra >4ut f m «ttf 

aaar r^ma v x. mrt 
Omru^o^^ M»Sc il."7* C*: 
4CUUO A.i»rta 



OUALirr KAT. 11 BO s t-M 

I ftMtn , ( ' I e I ■•( MCltDWtM 

OUALfTt KaV for to* 



TMOUtANO TuH e( lal. I^. I 

>d Oftft hat 18 00 proiain , 
9000 t*>aa rwa" s^aw Si 

I' IT I 

181 Ta«w pctd s,<a:H( \th ' 

Kaj jjycK 

Ilk tona'aMH M*r Pf' •» : 

»v rvac'.i ' 

•£«C-ai«i**, rJIK^W. I 
7-1 f.f J-v! A«r o.*^Bt I 

v>t:ui-tn*u! , 

•HAttllD* ~»a'''«i ate 
*«*«at Cat Ka* Om 



ISO i;«-«}«iaT*>fm 



AACI C«AAWT Of 
:la'»l 



AA*T C*l laaa •■ato^ t* 
■ ss»a*>oa I>r4«(r 

> R|Oiftt|R(S 




lira AO-OAtoM itti 

giountf *p>a>»' -It" 
COaaaM I C«a* BOO pn( ad to 



1800 JEEP Wwonaar- 337 
V4. 4X4, good condition. 
81100 or boat oflor, CaO 734- 

357S. 



1 057 JEEP - Oood condlllon. 
Naw llraa. Phono B434TS1 or 

M3-6iM. 



1901 Jaap Unhraraal. Winch, 
tow-bar, roll-bar, Qood 
shapall80a.4»<aw. 



1030 CHEVY Panai Tn>ck- 
runnlno condition. All matal 
pana. 6aat olfar ovat ti.OOO. 

43MC31 atlafOpwi- 

1138 CHEVY Haalar Oaluia 
4.4oDr aadan, 337 hi. 

Cxformanca, 13500. 543- 
I0.ora4>»bo. 



Iin BUCK LaOabia i^oor. 
3B0 anoina. air tonoillonlno. 

ntw Bh» i pin4-un) 

1*08 BUCK U3«t>r« 4-<jDor. 

ing Faclory (ir 4 nmm alMi 
nOlAl Oraa A-1 tnaidB bmI 
om TO4MJ 



1H 



lirr CADILLAC SaVlIla- 
tl.aOO maat Loaoad wtth 
aitTB*) L10M ir>*tan< gtaan 
CaU Bvn Vaaay conact 

i -m4?»i . 

LOOK AT IMS it74Cadaiac 
tia'O'a rov but t^i mooo 




lin Fom Oaiuw 900 n«« 
anQiria. nnr tiraa. brkkM 

MOO oanno 



IOC OMw 'Afc* wn* 



9»caai«ti traiia* ■no 
'>i<'«A «M<*« I'lwaaaia I 

Ba»M 8**<» (MStM 

tiA.il TKACIORI >t» te.* 

ens xt. mK K (SB jc. 
aooe »oK). 1IM •< un 

CAU t«i aa^ Cat Ito^i 

mttp^^jmmt a» mnn 

i M Oa' aM itB tana •b^ba 
fta*<T*'wW9C9 
<>ai' MI4« •Mi6« 



tf ^ CacK • 0**K 4400'. 

p«*«> BiaaMftQ. ^«**( 
toaaaa a« tcn^nion**^. 

atif o<n»*i4c 



111 FOfU) OrAnaOa 4 Ooof 
Sedan: air. auiammc 
iranamaaMn. ataw- 
jinfl'brUuM BaauMid sawf 
I mnh rM i4nii mv vm raoa 
Wac Can Victi. nt^M) 
, UUITItU. tin 14do( ford 
tonne. HI C, p»<»*i. 

AU^M O-VMB. many mora 

aitrsa 11.807 Call aftar 8 1 

pm TOJWl I 

HOm MUMO 1177 romo I 
LTD tow •oori and othw | 
AnaMra Haru Ranal A C«, I 



1170 PiBia Pa«r. i«« 



<0 CAMtRO pM> aiaw- 

AMTW aWM MM 





LUIUHT COUPE • vlnH bv<k.i aMia. 
a ap»»d trofttmltllon. AM'TM ro^, 
rodiol lir*« ort4 morvl 

THAT'S IMAGINATION. 
THAT'S PLYMOUTH. 
THAT'S WILLS MOTORS. 

& R*iiaM« Ouauty UMd Cam 

O*a«0aarrj|L 9^ 



Celebrate 50 yc<ii s 
of diesel expcriciK ( 
with us. 



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CARPENTERS 

PEUCEOTI 



;, "'ft^lZThntv^twa, Twin Falls, Idaho TuoBdBy,'Nqyembar2fl, 1079 





est Aiitp & Truck Mar iC 



i 



4[h Major Honplft 





Au1oi-M#f5urT 



1B7B COUGAR XR-7: Wfilli 
Chftmola, powtf win- 
dowB/brakos/ alflorlng, >Ir, 
AM/rM B lr»ck atoroo, 
crulBo conlfol, lacloty 
oualom whBOla, no tflnoB or 
Bcralcnoa, vary clatn. ^^^,■W 
■Dllaa.l7Z00.412-a;<7. 



1073 TOHpNADO. air, AM- 
FM t»pa, crulBv, low 
rotlMW.7»W17. 



907 MERCUHV- A/C. 
maonanlcally aicollBnl. 
Price tAi- Ciii7W<i7- 



Inflation Fighting Days! 

LowiovjrpmcEsi& 

HIGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES! ! 



1B7S MEnCURV MonlBgo 
MX. roal claan. low mllaaoa, 
lOBdod with eiUfBB. 734- 7509. 



1073 MEnCURY MonlBooMX 
2 Door- all, tadlala, 331 C. 
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McUoipell top player 

BOISE (UPI) — Montana State's Arnold MCDowdl imttxoof - 
the Big Sky Confwence'H first playeM)f-the-week bann' of the ' 
1978-79 basketball season, It was announced Monday. ■ 

The M/lSSixHmd junior forward sank' 23 of 33 fleld goal «^tenu>ts 
- - and scored « points over the weekend In leading the Bobcats to 
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i]h~3asketbqH roundup 



BYU team to beat in WAC 



EDrrOffSNOTEtThlslatheseCQndlhaseriesTjf team in the Bocklea. They have the talent, ^ui 

college basketball 6lzeiq>s,,pTcviewlng4he tqwom- thcy're'youngandl've seen many young teams fold 

mg seawn by gco^aphlcal sections. Today: The (n final weeks' pi^^ 

Rockies. Based on the strengths of returning starters, and 

, . ™ _ ■ potenUal of new players, BYU and Texas-E) 

-r^J- }^ ^^V^ '^^^ - Unlvcrelty of Paso should be solid this year. The Cougore return 

, Olah hosts the 1979 KCA!rchamploi]shlp3,-arid Ute "flve"s[aftere;ana"UTEP7oar."Utah and San Diego 

coath Jerry Pimm hHS.an Interesting scenario (or State have three starters back and defending 

nlsleam. _ champion New Mexico two. 

^rPlmm, Iiiniffiiiin7(Fa^rfIgUlfaTrTpanrV^ Weber StotcrwfUrolITbc startere - ihnt's richl 

the team to beat foj- liifs year's Western Athletic six - back, should easily win another Bia Sky 

Conference llUo. So that means Utah must finish Conference tide. And the -Wildcats could moke it 

seoMid In the WAC again lo earn the ieoKue's three teams for the slate of UtalTmlhe NCrtX 

rtmnerup berth in the NCAA touroamdnt, tournament. And Nevada-Las Vegas wUI easily be. 

^ the top Ind^ndcnt now that Utah State has joined 



Trumbo may be the r^o. 3 fo'rward.' 

"Wc have more experience, size and. shooting 
ability now," Arnold says. "But youth may be a 
problem this y^. Fhmkly I canrt poredlct how we'll 
do, but this Is one of the best teams we've tiad at 
.BYUiDreceDlye8ir&'! ■. 

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foward Danny Vranes. Vriihcs averaged 12 points 

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onci " S pff 5Sj?^k"f fT" '"^'^ win 632 Polnfe tor a 21.1 point 

SniStwoSn^J^l,??^^? ^ '"'J™ i"'^ ''^'■"ec. Also hack arc G-looHO cScr 



Keith Rice and Glen Roberts. 



DMMg Missouri In the Midwest Bcglonals, tliey /rem the mardllnc. i~ r ^ 

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Bobcats 
top league 
in offense 

TOBE (UPI) - Second place 
Montana State and fifth place Weber 
SUte finished their Big Sky Con- 
fsrence seasons as league leaders In 
total offense and total defense, figures 
rdeaaed by the Big Sky conference 
• Aow. 

' HSU, which held onip an NCAA 
Dlvlsloo 1-AA lop 10 spot for most of 
the season, finished Its league 
Kliedulfl as the total offense leader 
whUeWSCIedtheleague In defense. 
' Flguret released by the Big Sky 
Oonremoe show MSU averaged 3n.2 
yaMi per gune and 5 J yards per play 
ovw a ili-ganw conference schedule. 
The team's total offense was 2,263 
yards. 

Weber SUte allowed 232.7 yards per 
gama tnd 3.< ytitls per pUy, and a 
Mai a( total yards for - t games 
tolMdtheleaffw. 

ruiowiag USU - which slumped 
Daar the end of the season andksliu 
bid for a ooofereoce tlUe to Northern 
Artnoa - In total of ferae were Weber 
SUle. 3SL0 yards per game ; Northern 
Arteooa, S48.9; Boise Stair, siss; 
Mate. 04.4; Montana, ms; and 
IdaboSt«te,lsS6 

Northern Arttona led the leaiue in 
nitfUng odenM. running for 244 8 
yards a game. wtUle Montana had the 
tighten rushing dcfen»c allotting 
ooly us J yards per contrat 

In paa^ onnuc. Wcbcr Sljtc 
again led the league win am ivrragr 
o* SUA yank ttmus^ the tir per 
eonfcreaot game H^SC alM M m 
pMBlog defease allowing )uM C yanl» 
per ganKL No other learn alkrwrd Ina 
UlBP UOyardii per conlmtvr cwileU 

NAU flatahed the seaion »ilth the 
inaM potent ■corlni offcnir, a^rrji; 
tagM J potnta per contest. Idaho siAir 
acorvd the fnrsi poinu - ii s puLHi 

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DefemJtrly. McniAM *ik<«rd tf»f 
fewwt potiui prf gjm*- ■ lit 
cornparrd Idihu. «ft!rt. y.'.j^vc 
44. the most of tay \eun 

lodlvlduill) . all eonfrrrr.cr 
VWtertkiCk Momi W«l*ar o! W rt-rr 
State led the k-ii-jc l-: uxaJ fffrw 
•ttb to; y*nl» *ar4» per 
TallbKk AlUn (1tr\ tA \tjrJmTr. 
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game and led the Utes in blocked shots. 

The Utes lost forward Jeff Judklns and center 
Buster Matbeney, but they return S-foot-5 guard 
Earl WlUlamsr soiheUme starter Greg Deanc at 
forward, and&-foot-9centerTomChamber6. . - 

Jerry Tarkanlan's Nevada-Las Vegas Rdiets 
have 7-foot center Brett •Vroman, a transfer from 
'UCETTpIus guards Tony Smith and Ray WlUliuns, ' 
and forward Earl Evans. 

Weber State returns four starters who averaged 
double-flgwe scoring last year — guard Bnice 
Collins (18.8), ftnivard'DavQ Johnson (13.2). guard 
Ben Howlond (11.5) and center Richard Smith 
( 10.1 ). Also back are forward Kurt More and guard 
Mark MaUos, Mattos was a parttlme starter last 
yearduetolnjurles. - ~ ^ 

TexBS-Et Paso coach Don Hasklns returns Tony 
Bums and Roshcm Amle at forwards, center 
Antony Bums and guard Earl Fuller. Hasklns also ' 
has two hlghly-recndted freshmen In center Terry- 
White and guard Mike McDuffen. 

San Diego State, hi Its first year In the WAC, is 
expected to be an Immediate challenger for the 
league tltlcon (he play of forward Kim Gocte, guard 
Mike Dodd and 6-(oot-II center Steve Malovlc, 
GoeUc averaged 17 points per game last year, while 
Dodd Jilt U and Malovlc 13. And Malovlc led the 
Aztecs in rebounding with 7J per game. - 



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